“If today is not your day,Kamand Kojouri
then be happy
for this day shall never return.
And if today is your day,
then be happy now
for this day shall never return.”
Hey there wolf cubs, it’s been a while!
As some of you may know, I have been spending some time writing on another blog of mine about the interesting philosophies that I’ve learned about at Under the Philosotree. However, even there I’ve dried up in regards to my writing and have stagnated.
A lot has been happening in my life lately. I’m engaged in a custody battle for my daughter, I’ve been working full-time for the past few months and I’m still trying to date/read/write/spend time with Nova as much as possible. Besides all of that, my studies will be commencing again this Tuesday and I’m also attempting to get a formal diagnosis for my High-Functioning Autism (which is frustratingly difficult in Canada since it isn’t covered by our free healthcare). The government, I suppose, feels like addressing the symptoms of an adult who may be on the spectrum is more important than actually getting a person formally diagnosed since they have been able to manage until later in life anyways. But it feels important to me anyways and I’d like to write about it much more.
The summer has come and gone in a blur of masks, mass panic and long lineups, but also with calm, silence and solitude. I’m not sure if many of you out there have taken up gardening this year, but I have and although my crops didn’t yield much it was a great learning experience. I hope to return to this hobby every year in the future, because it gives me so much pleasure.
I still continue to monitor the events down South where all of my brothers and sisters from America are doing their best to create a better system in which they can thrive, rather than only being able to survive. My support is entirely with the American people and I am wishing them a swift recovery from their severe corona-virus outbreak, as well as a revolution of sorts inside of their political system so that the government better represents the will of the people as a whole (easier said than done, of course).
How have all of you been? How have you spent your Summer so far?
Looking forward to interacting with you all again! Take care. 🙂