Life has its ironies

Life has its ironies. In order to establish equality, you have to push back against inequality. In order to establish silence, sometimes you have to shout. In order to have peace, sometimes you have to make the other believe you are ready to go to war. A diplomat and a warrior need each other. But the diplomat must always prevail

About Senator Murray Sinclair (retired)

Ojibway Anishinaabe Inini Mizhanagheezhik (n’dizhinikaaz) Namiigoonse (n’dodem) Lawyer, Mediator, Public Speaker Currently Canadian Senator for Manitoba Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (2001-2016) Associate Chief Judge off the Manitoba Provincial Court) (1988-2001) Co-Commissioner of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of Manitoba) (1988-91) Paediatric Cardiac Surgery Inquiry Judge (1997-2000) Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (2009-2015) Thinker, poet, writer, philosopher, speaker.
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2 Responses to Life has its ironies

  1. Lynne Phillips says:

    I like your essay. Could we reprint it in our monthly Quaker newsletter, The Island Friend? Published by the Vancouver Island Quakers.


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