Weekly Meeting - Shelley McKay - Surviving Abuse

Shelley McKay, speaking from personal experience, reminded us that domestic abuse is still very abundant. She stressed how we need to 'break the silence' if we are to rid our society of this problem, which affects many, and most often, the children. We can prevent this domestic violence, which does not limit itself to the poor or the uneducated, by looking for solutions, and by allowing those who are victims, to share their story.

President David's Thought for the week: Sometimeswe need to look at ourselves through other eyes to see ourselves in a different light. Millions of us are proud to be north North Americans, despite our known tendencies to believe glasses are neither half full nor half empty - but probably chipped around the rim. It's just who we are.

- eDGE2003-10-10.pdf