Thoughts

A Story About You

There are a handful of professors who stand out from university but most notable were my 2 philosophy professors. The most recent philosophy course I took was on Consequentialism with Darren Domsky. What struck me about him the most was how comfortable he is with himself. He’s so confident, so sure Read more…

By Robert McLeod, ago
Thoughts

Meeting Rob

This will be the first guest blog I’ve posted. I had never really considered allowing a guest post but after meeting Rox a little bit ago, and getting to know her, I felt comfortable having her words on my blog. First of all, she is one of the most real Read more…

By Roxanna Pullan, ago
Thoughts

Words of Wisdom From Will Smith

This video contains clips of Will Smith from interviews he’s done sharing his advice on life, happiness and learning. What is one piece of advice you’d like to share? Mind would be: find something that you are passionate in and pursue that. Without having something to love and inspire you, Read more…

By Robert McLeod, ago
Thoughts

Peace of Mind

I have a hard time quieting my mind sometimes. I spend a lot of time on my own and without it, I don’t feel balanced. Trying to find peace within myself is something I’ve been working on for a long time. I’ve learned what I need to be happy but Read more…

By Robert McLeod, ago
Thoughts

Dealing with Disappointment

The gift of disappointment is to bring us into reality so we don’t get stuck in the realm of how things might have been. Whenever we do something in life with an expectation of how we’d like it to turn out, we risk experiencing disappointment. When things don’t go the Read more…

By Robert McLeod, ago
Family

Lucky Number 7

Today marks exactly 7 years since I moved to Calgary from Halifax. Today is also my sister’s 27th birthday. My mom’s favourite number was, you guessed it, 7. In honour of my mom, I’d like to share 7 things I’ve learned/discovered since moving here on May 7, 2005. 1. My Read more…

By Robert McLeod, ago
Thoughts

The Bank of Time

Imagine there is a bank account that credits your account each morning with $86,400. It carries over no balance from day to day. Every evening the bank deletes whatever part of the balance you failed to use during the day. What would you do? Draw out every cent, of course? Read more…

By Robert McLeod, ago