On Doing What I Do and How.

A behavioural psychologist once warned me that when I speak publicly, I speak too aggressively and that one sign of that was that I often pointed.
She said that pointing was an act of aggression and that it put people on the defensive and only served to make people uncomfortable.
She suggested I should stop doing it.
I didn’t.



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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1 Response to On Doing What I Do and How.

  1. hansong says:

    You give me pause to stop and think about things I don’t normally think about. Thank you.


    Gregg Hanson

    Proud Manitoban and Canadian




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