He said, “I don’t have to sell this honey you know. But I like to go out. I like to meet people and talk with them. It is what keeps me going. Don’t make too much out of this life. What is most important in this life is for you to love God. You cannot love me, if you don’t love God. That is the most important thing in life – to love.”
Another day on the couch. A promise that I will ‘start again’ tomorrow. A unreturned phone call or email. A ‘stop bothering me’ attitude. A blanked out mind. A blurred day at work. An empty feeling lying in bed. Another drink. Another slice of…
Each time I laugh, I feel that angels come running to my space and they dance around me as long as my laughter last. When I am worried, I laugh to make the angels hurry along even more. Do you know what else? I think that laughter clears bad energy and the angels come to sweep away all the webs of anxiety or fear that is trapped around my energy field.
Mags Magazine would like to congratulate our talented photographer, Nyamulola Kambanji, for being the photographer for the WOW (Welcoming Ottawa Week) award winners! She did an incredible job with the photographs! Mags Magazine has been the recipient of your work and your passion continues…
From across the miles, we want to say a special thank you to Paul and Sherin Clifford, owners of CAST AWAY TOUR in Saint Lucia! They provide a range of authentic experiences for the traveller who want to experience the rich cultural and heritage aspects of Saint Lucia. We want to thank them for their contribution towards my former student, who is blind, to get her massage table to work independently as a massage therapist! Together, we will make that dream come true on May 25th when we gather in the celebration of the launch of Soulful Encounters, Mags Magazine.
Many of us cannot claim our brilliance because of our life experiences which has left us confused, hurt, broken and disillusioned. It is easier to keep ourselves in the shadow and let others claim the light. Why not you? There is a place in this magnificent world for each of us. One lady said to me: “We are all responsible for what is happening today. When we don’t make decisions to claim our lives, others claim it and the results are disastrous. Even though I am almost 60, reading your Magazine has created a shift in me to accept responsibility for my life and has caused me to reflect on many, many things which happened to me as a child and left me traumatized. I buried them inside of me.”
Meeting with CORPORAL NADINE WAITR. She is the only female combat engineer in Canada and only female heavy equipment operator. She joined the CAF at 33 and spoke highly of the interesting work which she has done as an engineer and also of her experience in assisting with the earthquake in Nepal. The machinery below was what she used to clear the roads in Nepal after the earthquake!