Remembering the Bonds We Share on World Humanitarian Day

2020 has been a difficult year for Canada and the world. It can be easy to feel weak and lonely in this time of isolation, but it’s important that on August 19th, we embrace our neighbours and understand the importance of global unity on World Humanitarian Day.

Cherishing this Beautiful Orchestra

As much as we wish the world were an orderly orchestra that played in perfect harmony, the true beauty of the world is that each person marches to the beat of their own drum.

Instead of trying to force each instrument to follow the same tempo, we should recognize the unique beauty that each individual brings to the symphony.

Our Weaknesses, and Our Strengths

Looking at humanity today, it is clear that we are a world divided. One war starting up after another, disagreements between world leaders, and clashes in the streets over issues as simple as human rights, but despite these conflicts, none of us really believe that the world is a lost cause, otherwise, why would you be reading this blog?

Even though things seem bleak, millions of individuals devote their lives to helping people they will never meet and ensuring a flourishing environment for animals who can never say thank you.

Robert Ardrey hit the nail on the head when he saidThe miracle of man is not how far he has sunk but how magnificently he has risen.” I believe, in the coming years and decades, we will rise very high indeed.

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