Misleading Memes

I do love a good meme. Starting the day with a positive bit of prose or a good laugh goes well with coffee. Universal truths somehow seem to resonate when they’re put into fancy script with a pretty background. But every once in a while, the meme maker gets it horribly wrong.

Honouring Nagui Morcos

Sobering thoughts for a Sunday.  Mr. Morcos was a happily married man of 54 who took his own life this spring.  He had Huntington’s disease and having watched his father deteriorate with the progressive illness he knew, and he had told those he loved, that he wasn’t going to experience the same fate.   …