by Michael McCarthy • September 9, 2013 • Comments Off on Combatting ennui
“The hardest battle in our fight to save our native children is against ennui. If you haven’t encountered that word before, it means something about a ton heavier and a lot deadlier than simple boredom. It means a lifelong sort of tiredness. It means lassitude, an unrelenting feeling of nothingness. It means you give up trying, dreaming or seeing yourself doing something better.” – Those are the words of aboriginal author Richard Wagamese in a recent column in the Globe and Mail. For the full article, insert the following url into your browser.