Are you alright?
Posted by Anonymous to Our Town and Its Business at 21 January 2016 at 20:30
Alright is a relative term. Four weeks of intravenous anti-biotics has brought infection in my leg almost
More needs to be done.
My frame of mind does not improve.
I don't sleep . In the deep hours of darkness my thoughts are morbid .I contemplate a short stroll on a railway track ,immediately ahead of a train. I wouldn't of course. My family, friends and supporters and railway employees deserve more of me.
But in all practicality, it seems the alternatives are grim
Homelessness is a real possibility.
Loss of independence is inevitable.
Becoming a liability to my family is unthinkable.
What a group of short-term politicians were unable to carry out was accomplished by a judge who proved amazingly accommodating to their original intent.
My traumatic experience with the Ontario justice system may have been the greatest shock to my belief in a just society.
Fairness and objectivity were entirely lacking in the litigation process.
To say nothing at all about judicial reasoning.