“If only one good memory remains…”

“You must know that there is nothing higher, or stronger, or sounder, or more useful afterwards in life, than some good memory, especially a memory from childhood, from the parental home. You hear a lot said about your education, yet some such beautiful, sacred memory, preserved from childhood, is perhaps the best education. If aContinue reading ““If only one good memory remains…””

Jordan Peterson: Choose friends who “punish you carefully”

The third rule from Jordan Peterson’s book 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos is: Make friends with people who want the best for you. It is a rather somber chapter during which he takes the reader to his small hometown of Fairview in northern Alberta where, he says, “it was no easy matterContinue reading “Jordan Peterson: Choose friends who “punish you carefully””

Canada’s state broadcaster publishes column trying to shame parents with “too many kids”

Today, CBC News (Canada’s state broadcaster that receives 1 billion dollars of taxpayer funding annually) published Kristen Pyszczyk’s opinion piece with the headline, “It shouldn’t be taboo to criticize parents for having too many kids.” First of all, as Mother Teresa once asked, “How can there be too many children? That is like saying there are tooContinue reading “Canada’s state broadcaster publishes column trying to shame parents with “too many kids””