Category Archive: Historical

A Poem for the Broken Hearted

Permalink to A Poem for the Broken Hearted By Jonathan | Published December 20, 2008

You loved before you knew me And I returned in kind You imagined I was perfect But it was in your mind With widely opened hearts We charged ahead with hope But when reality confronted us We sadly couldn’t cope I left when I still loved you I didn’t have a choice With regrets I […]

I Believe In True Love For I Have Had To Set It Free

Permalink to I Believe In True Love For I Have Had To Set It Free By Jonathan | Published September 5, 2008

I once fell in and then out of love, and when I was not in love anymore I realized that I had never been. It was nothing but an illusion of my own human mind. Then I fell in love again, and when once again I had to go, I just kept on loving. And […]

The Law Of Attraction For Dummies

Permalink to The Law Of Attraction For Dummies By Jonathan | Published May 29, 2008

Chances are pretty good you have heard about the law of attraction by now. Perhaps you have seen The Secret, and if not, I highly suggest you do. If you haven’t read about it yourself, you may have heard a friend talking about it, or at the very least some vague recollection of a conversation […]

An Inspirational Quote For Today

Permalink to An Inspirational Quote For Today By Jonathan | Published May 27, 2008

The following quote is often inaccurately attributed to Goethe, but no matter who said it, the words still carry a powerful message. “Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid […]

How To Be Successful: The Keys to Being A Winner

Permalink to How To Be Successful: The Keys to Being A Winner By Jonathan | Published May 17, 2008

I believe that the main reason people are not successful is because they do not believe they can be. Perhaps while they were growing up they witnessed parents who struggled to make ends meet, and began to view life as difficult. As a consequence, they came to believe that success was for “other people”. Nothing […]

The Sad Story of Made in Canada Hand-Dipped Incense

Permalink to The Sad Story of Made in Canada Hand-Dipped Incense By Jonathan | Published May 10, 2008

I cannot deny it: I have become somewhat of an incense fiend. I am completely addicted to the warm, sweet-smelling odour that permeates my home and greets my senses when i walk in the door. It’s a cozy, homey smell that you can’t get from nauseating glade plug-ins, or, God forbid, Febreze. It’s punchy, but […]

Incense, the Olympics and the Dalai Lama

Permalink to Incense, the Olympics and the Dalai Lama By Jonathan | Published April 27, 2008

Twenty-three days ago I took a flying leap and made a snap decision to pack as much as a could into a big suitcase and move seven hundred kilometres away from my hometown to live in the little mountain town of Nelson. The reasons for my move are many, but it can all be boiled […]

Crossing

Permalink to Crossing By Jonathan | Published January 20, 2008

Well, these past two years have been an insanely busy time. They’ve gone by so fast, it’s hard to believe it was two years. But it’s true, I started my broadcasting program in January of ’06, and now here I am in January ’08. I feel a bit burnt out. When I was in school […]