Why I’ll Never Say I’m Canadian

Well the obvious answer is that I’m not Canadian. I’m American. I don’t always feel like I agree with the majority of Americans. Nor do I think the world view of Americans represents who I am. But who does? I love my country. Not with blind national pride, nor with the false idea that livingContinue reading “Why I’ll Never Say I’m Canadian”

Reflecting on Travel and Pantheism

“To me, nature is sacred. Trees are my temples and forests are my cathedrals.” ~ Mikhail Gorbachev I wrote an entire blog entry on Pantheism, then shied away from posting it. Instead, I will end my journey through the east with some reflective thoughts and an overtly Pantheistic theme. For the last five years, I’veContinue reading “Reflecting on Travel and Pantheism”

Like a Rolling Stone

The best thing about being a wanderer, or at times being consumed by wanderlust, is the stories you collect. In addition to collecting my own stories, I like to hear about other people’s adventures. I had a 7 hour delay at the Kathmandu airport – which worked out well because I wound up on aContinue reading “Like a Rolling Stone”