There's something I feel I need to tell you about, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL).
Not just for everyone in the world. But, to me, it's important for people who love here, in Canada.
Here's an article by theglobeandmail.com that's entitled, Canada 150, doomed from the start, now ends with a whimper: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/why-canada-150-was-doomed-from-the-start/article37441978/.
Hmmm... did you click on the link? If not, you'll be able to see some of what was stated (I copied/pasted):
Despite Ottawa's strenuous efforts, 2017 was not a year of coast-to-coast euphoria. Charlotte Gray explores how the reality of modern Canada couldn't live up to the official hype
It also stated (I copied/pasted):
Plus, it stated (I copied/pasted):
But the most substantial and stinging protests came from Indigenous peoples, for whom Canada 150 represented a celebration not of nationhood but of colonization. The birth of Confederation was simply one more date on which their existence had been ignored and their rights trampled.
Thousands of messages of protest and discontent were tweeted with hashtags such as #Resistance150 and #UNsettleCanada150. Three days before the big Canada Day birthday bash, the Bawaating Water Protectors from Sault Ste. Marie arrived on Parliament Hill, erected a tepee and engaged in four days of ceremonies they called a "reoccupation," to draw attention to the history of Indigenous people.
To me, this is truly amazing!
Why? Well, I'll have to tell you another time.
All I can say right now, is that I'm glad that the Indigenous people are speaking up. And, preventing bad things to happen here in Canada.
After all, some of what is done here in Canada is evilness.
I'm glad that I don't get involved with wickedness.
Thinking of this, made me think of Psalm 84:10, "For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness."
Amen! For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness.
How have I become a doorkeeper, rather than had to dwell in the tents of wickedness?
I gained salvation by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ. I have a relationship with Him. And, He provides for me.
For this, I'm thankful. And, always will be.
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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