Hey fellow Vancouverites,
What’s up with you young fools who think it’s okay to sit in the special areas on the bus which are clearly designated for seniors and people with mobility issues and not get up when they are demonstrably in need?
Just because you have a long commute, it’s no excuse to get on the bus, sit in the designated area and pay so much attention to what’s on your phone, that you completely ignore the requests to move. Or you intentionally ignore the elder people who are forced to stand. Or ignore the people with clear and painful mobility issues who are forced to wait for 30 minutes because you can’t allow him/her to get on the bus ahead of you (after waiting in the same line as you for the bus.) Shame on you! Especially you idiots who ride the 49 Metrotown bus and get on at Main and 49th.
Get off your ass!
And those of you who wait at one bus stop just to get off at the next stop, move your ass! Every time you do that, you delay one of us who is trying very hard, on our very long commute, to catch our connecting bus home. Try walking the 10 minutes and see what happens.
Gosh people have become lazy! Enough already!
And to the people who think it’s okay to use profanity and the word “like” for every other word, it’s really not. It’s not. It’s not. No wonder people don’t want to learn English when they hear rubbish like that. Get it together people!!
I wish those of you who spend so much time gaming while you are commuting could spend that time learning something (like manners) so that when you are asked to move, you’re not offended at the person making the request. Better yet, you’d get up and offer the seat like you’re supposed to do anyway!
Go learn something. Quit the vaping. Quit the MJ. Do something nice for once. Kindness is its own reward. =)
“I am hearby barring Donald Trump from entering St. Petersburg until we finally understand the dangerous threat posed by all Trumps. “
-Rick Kriseman, Mayor of St.Petersburg, Florida in a tweet
I’ve recently realised the vastness of the Sahara Desert. One simply cannot grasp its magnitude until seeing it from an aerial perspective.
This made me think about the grandeur and “size” of things in our lives that we take for granted every day. The largess of the desert is one example of how things exist simultaneously along side us without requiring our permission, our interference or our need.
We’ve all been told at some point in our lives to be the bigger person, to stand tall in the face of adversity and in blessing…. but no one ever really gets down to the spiritual crux of the matter. So here it is:
The size of your spirit cannot be imagined by a small mind. In fact, it is so “large” that you yourself cannot imagine it fully. So be larger than you are. Don’t just reach for the stars when you live in a galaxy! Think larger than you are. Think on the scale of creation… As Hafiz, poet, sage and brilliant spirit, said “I wish I could show you when you are lonely or in darkness the astonishing light of your own being!”
You were never meant to be a dim, small presence. Think universally. Think spiritually. Think Love. Think big.
To all the women who make my life possible, I say thank you and I honour you.
From the moms (single and married) who pull off the amazing every day to the managers, educators, instructors, confidants, nurses, listeners, drivers, colleagues and women who hold me up, I say thank you.
To all the men, women and children who hold up these women, I need to thank you as well.
To every woman past, present and living who have ever inspired me, I thank you. From your life stories, from your presence in this world, I have learned and been made stronger and wiser.
Thank you to the women who are my life teachers. And to those who let me breathe. To those who struggle every day for freedom, for food, for medicine, for safety and for dignity, I say a prayer for you today and I honour your strength.
Happy International Women`s Day!