Of Memory And Memories

What we think of today is not necessarily important, but what is remembered tomorrow most certainly is. Information flows at a faster rate than ever before, in a volume greater than we are able to control, comprehend, or absorb. Scientists have resolved that human beings take in five times as much information than we did […]

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She Said

        All she asked was for honesty, occasionally cab fare, and a knife to cut the crusts from her sandwich. She had no expectations, always washed her dishes, and made the bed each morning, so as not to leave a trail. She arrived with June. Summer began, as summer does. You always […]

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Wealth Walks And Poverty Sleeps

  It speaks of history, arts and culture, and the ever-changing socio-economic trends. A longtime destination, Toronto’s Queen Street West is more than just a street, and far more than a neighborhood. Retail rules in a curious blend of commercial and residential, everything and anyone is out on the street. Musicians perform for passing strangers, […]

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