September 30, 2021 marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.The day honours the lost children and Survivors of residential schools, their families and communities. Public commemoration of the tragic and painful history and ongoing impacts of residential schools is a vital component of the reconciliation process.
I’m not Canadian but this time of truth and reconciliation are universal and every nation have their own issues with the treatment of indigenous people and the sadness of how they were oppressed and removed from their homes and land.
This morning is brought to me by this delicious white mocha pumpkin spice cup of deliciousness from a local coffee spot Sunnyside Cup. 10/10 recommend. Tuesday is off to a good start. Let’s hope for a great day good people.
I am a believer and a bit of a heretic at the same time. I am also OK with where I am in regards to my faith which is in the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement. My friends what I believe is deeply personal because of scripture, tradition, reason, and even experience. I can say that I am a faithful church member, I am a hard worker, I am a husband, and a person who tries to be the best he can be. My beliefs should not be up for discussion. Pray for my health, prosperity and, well-being, not because my place in eternity is not secure or something like that. I am going to be OK. Jesus is alright with me and I am worthy of his love, grace, and peace.