The Birth and Realization of a Vision

When I moved to Toronto in my early thirties, this highly sensitive, traumatized small town (Wallaceburg) girl began reading the Toronto Star avidly and my heart cracked a little more every weekend. Struck by how much work needed to be done to make the world a better place for everyone and as someone who abhors seeing anyone get hurt or go without, I could not sit idly by. At first, I did little bits here and there, but most importantly the spark for what is now called “Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle” ignited in my heart and mind.

The journey has been long. Fraught with challenges I never dreamed of to the point that several times I have considered giving up, but seeing and sharing some of the social media posts I do, such as those today, continue to fan the once dying embers.

Thankfully, things are all finally coming together, enabling me in 2020 to devote my efforts full time to the quest of raising the standard of living and quality of life of all people by doing all I can to add value to everyone’s life by working to establish respect as a global principle. For this reason, today my heart is shouting Amen because I know God is making the vision he put in my heart many years ago a reality for me and everyone!

Stay tuned!


Specialist Writer Speaker Social Entrepreneur Founder and President

of Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle

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December 28, 2019


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