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Canada's Violent Youth Culture

Here’s a clip from Bowling for Columbine, Michael Moore’s Oscar winning documentary. It asks the question of why Canada doesn’t have the amount of gun violence as the United States.  You can watch it in its entirety if you wish but the first 45 seconds is what I would like to focus on.

The Pain of Change Vs. The Pain of Staying The Same

It has been said that in most circumstances people don’t change unless they feel that the pain of staying the same has become greater than the pain of change.

I thought about this again after seeing 127 Hours, which just came out on Blu-ray and DVD yesterday.   The movie is based on a true story about Aron Ralston, played by James Franco, who finds himself in dire circumstances in the middle of nowhere on one of his many hiking, exploring and mountain climbing expeditions. 

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