Category Archives: On Humanity: Events, Policy, Ethics

Ramadan & World Pride 2014

Hello, all! It has again been nearly half a year since I last wrote – for this, as always, I apologize. I will explain all that transpired and prevented me from constructive reflection. At least, however, I am now here, … Continue reading

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More public-transit-inspired thoughts, this time on the nature of deserving

It seems that the T.T.C. truly is a valuable vehicle (haha) of thought.  Some time prior to my leaving for the cottage, I stumbled upon this advertisement while riding the subway: “You deserve a better career” made me stand still, … Continue reading

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Rewarding information

It seems that things worth considering frequently pop up in T.T.C. vehicles; this is just one of my many reasons for enjoying most public transport modes. I noticed this sign while travelling down Toronto’s Green Line, and was prompted to … Continue reading

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A question

On a walk some weeks ago, I saw this sign near the Toronto Beaches. Whilst I’m not certain as to the form of recognition or reward one would receive if nominated in this particular case, it occurred to me that … Continue reading

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Mad Pride Toronto 2012

You’ll have noticed, if you follow Sä-gə – I’m grateful if you do, but hard-pressed to believe that anyone would – that I’ve been cheating a bit for the last few days.  Whilst I promised, at the beginning of July, … Continue reading

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Curing cancer and healing hearts: thoughts inspired by Dr. Mark Greenberg

Whenever I can, I attend lecture series, conferences, and seminars.  These events may seem to bear no immediately worthwhile rewards when one’s schedule is packed with premed problems, but I’ve promised myself that I will always put aside at least … Continue reading

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The human abuse of human beings

It is not often that I stray from discussing academia.  Whilst I am a human that endeavours to spend time contemplating and exercising personal values, I am typically not tempted to disclose my opinions surrounding public affairs, or other individuals.  This … Continue reading

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