Sorry that posts here have been so infrequent. I have been attending to some family issues, and then when I started looking around, I realized that my house was in a frightening state of chaos!
Blogging can become addictive to the extent that you sometimes don't even notice the inch of dust everywhere, and the towers of newspapers on every available surface.
So I'm trying to plough through the debris, and also doing a bit of reading and reflecting. I will share my thoughts and insights at a later time.
The book I'm currently reading was recommended by a fellow-blogger. It is "Selling Illusions - the Cult of Multiculturalism in Canada", by Neil Bissoondath. This book has been around for a while, but is still relevant in today's society (perhaps even more so)
Next on my reading list is Mark Steyn's "America Alone". I can't wait to start it, but I want to finish the other since it is a library book. See? I do have some self-discipline!
Please use this blog as a forum to discuss your favourite and most insightful books.
And thanks for checking back every once in a while. I appreciate it.