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The He(art) of Non-Attachment

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about attachment and desire, so it seems fitting to me that I would find this specific video at this specific time in my life. I love Michael Stone’s pragmatism and honesty, which is reflected in the video’s clean-cut and sincere editing. Really well done. I think it’s time to start yoga again.


like a summons for

Just when you thought your heart was stitched forever, you hear a song like this and you’re bursting at the seams again.

Behold the beautiful, melancholic sound of  Typhoon and their song entitled “Ghost Train:. (Side note: I am LOVING their website). Shout out to NewDaniel for the heads-up.

Favourite lyrics: :and a choice was made // but would you wait // i ran down to the railway //but i was late

Don’t Count the Feathers, Just Count the Wings

I Don’t Think You’re Right for Him

SemPictures in the Sun

I spent the lovely afternoon yesterday worshiping the sun in Trinity Bellwoods Park before lunching in Kensington with my good friend Semco Salehi of SemPictures.

He always knows how to make me feel pretty…

Learn more about SemPictures here and follow him @SemSoldier. Facebook page here.

Where it all Begins

My Eyes are not the First to cry

Only Love is all Maroon

Saturday is a great day to fall in love ….  with Bon Iver, that is. Though the band was founded by folk music singer-songwriter Justin Vernon, he’s too modest to take all the credit: “Bon Iver is often equated with just me,” he says, “but you are who surrounds you.”

Who do you surround yourself with? What elements do they bring to your life? If our company is a reflection of who we are, then looking into the faces of friends and loved ones is like looking into a mirror. What do you see?

Favorite lyrics: “Only love is all maroon / Gluey feathers on a flume / Sky is womb and she’s the moon”

Let’s Start a Drum Circle in Bellwoods Park

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