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A Bit about this Journey

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If you have arrived on this forum through searches for cervical cancer, my hope is that this writing is of help to you.

Firstly, I am simply a person who was diagnosed with cervical cancer, treated and is doing well. The writing that you will...

2020 Olympics (in 2021)

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So, the Olympics are under way in Tokyo, Japan, pandemic notwithstanding. Opening ceremonies were last night. Haven't watched them yet but will later. If you're looking for both live and replay streams, get the CBC Gem app or hit the Gem website.

What would Jesus be?

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Just responded to the most fascinating question. "So, back in the day, Jesus was a carpenter. What modern-day job would he have now instead?" (forgive the awkward phrasing; not mine).

How Can a Religion be other than Man-Made?

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This keeps on coming up, and I confess to not getting it.

Religious beliefs are clearly pretty unique to humanity, as far as we know. No communication attempts (even those that are somewhat successful, as between domestic animals and humans, or...

Pride 2021 - What's happening?

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Pride month is June and it is here. With the pandemic still raging, though fading, most festivities are going to be virtual or smaller in scale again this year. That does not mean they are not happening though. There is lots to celebrate but also...

Duck/Bird of the Day

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On my 'duck hunting expeditions' this winter, I've been accumulating some interesting photos. So rather than keep sharing them in Room for All, I thought I'd open up a new thread. I invite any of you to also post any interesting photos or info...

Room For All

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In November 2010 I started a thread on Wondercafe called "Room For All". My hope was that it would be a safe space to share life's joys, challenges, celebrations, concerns, and the everyday bits of our lives that make us who we are. Little did I...