What is the fear? Time to overcome

Hello there! I’m Christian Robicheau looking on as February flits by!
I simply cannot believe that February will soonn be in the books.
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s weekly editorial with you and
for this week Donna J. Jodhan is asking what are we afraid of?
Happy weekend everyone.

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What is the fear?
By Donna J. Jodhan

I have often asked myself this question and truth be told I am not really
sure. All I have are questions for today.

What is the fear? Are we afraid of failure? Are we afraid that if we fail
then we would be the laughing stock of others?

Are we afraid of the dark? That is are we afraid of the dark because we are
not sure what to expect or maybe we are afraid of uncertainty?

Are we afraid of the future? Because of so much uncertainty, so many things
to deal with and so many new things all coming at us all at once?

Are we afraid of diversity? That is we are not sure how to deal with people
who are from different cultures, different religions, different ethnicities,
different races, different countries?

Are we afraid of criticism, complaints, politicians, or what?

Are we afraid of being abused and accused?

So many questions to answer and so many answers to give.
Just my two cents for today.

I’m Donna J. Jodhan wishing you a terrific day and weekend.

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog
Learn more about Author Donna Jodhan and her campaign against bullying at
www.jodhanmysterybook.club
Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
and chat with me on Skype at habsfan0526.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authordonnajodhan

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Donna’s apple pick of the week

Hi everyone! I’d like to introduce a new feature which will be posted on
Wednesdays.
Check out my Apple pick below.
An Apple a day keeps the doctor away!

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1. Audio Rush (iOS/iPadOS, Free)
Discover the thrilling gameplay. Audio Rush introduces a completely new view
on how games accessible for blind and visually impaired users should look
like.

The task is simple – get as many points as you can and do not crash into any
obstacle.

To move left? Or right? It can be easily determined by two divergent tones.

Features:

* Three difficulties
* Obstacle visibility switch
Game Center support
VoiceOver support
* Gradual speed increasing
* Two-finger tap gesture anywhere on the screen to pause the game
* Big pulsing visual score indicator
* Gradual background colour changing for visual representing approaching
obstacles

Current Version: 1.1 (January 29, 2020)
Read? Audio Rush’s AppleVis App Directory entry for more information [2]?

Visit? Audio Rush’s App Store page [3]?

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What happens when deep pockets win – not a very pretty picture

O my gosh! It’s February and welcome to one of the coldest months of the
year! I’m Scott Savoy preparing to depart for two weeks to a warmer
climate!
I promise to drink a cup of sunshine for everyone!
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s weekly editorial with you and
for this week Donna J. Jodhan writes about something that is very near and
dear to her heart; this being how respondents are being allowed to get away
with nothing but payoffs in return for buying silences from complainants.
I do encourage you to read on.
Happy weekend everyone!

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What happens when deep pockets win
By Donna J. Jodhan

This is a very real and growing concern for those of us who are unable to
afford proper legal representation and for Canadians with disabilities
living in Ontario; it is real and it is something that is crying out to be
addressed.

I personally experienced this very recently when a respondent with deep
pockets was allowed to use their financial resources to bully their way out
of a situation where they clearly violated the rights of the complainant.

In short: The complainant had no legal means to stand up for their rights.
They were forced to accept a financial solution and at the end of the day
their rights were completely ignored and unrecognized.

This is what is being allowed to continue right under the noses of Human
Rights Ontario; an agency that is supposed to protect the rights of persons
with special needs but truth be told, it is not very clear as to why they
are not taking the right stance to do so.

The growing perception about Human Rights Ontario is this! They are victims
of deep cuts to their budgets and at the same time they seem to be giving
out the message that it is better for complainants to accept financial
handouts from respondents rather than helping said complainants to stand up
for their rights.

The obvious question to be asked here is this: What is the justification
for the existence of Human Rights Ontario? If the perception with regard to
their present attitude is anywhere accurate then should Ontarians continue
to fund an agency that appears to be turning their backs on the very persons
that they are supposed to be supporting and helping?

Or here is another perspective to be considered: Are respondents with deep
pockets being given more latitude to dictate how complaints are dealt with?
Can it be said that the tail is now wagging the dog then? What can we do to
start reversing this process?

At the end of the day it appears that there exists in Ontario a Human Rights
Commission that is powerless to protect the rights of persons with special
needs plus others. An agency that finds it a better solution to strongly
encourage complainants to accept financial compensation in exchange for
remaining silent.

Score a huge victory for respondents with deep pockets and complainants
continue to struggle with precious little opportunity to turn to someone who
can help and someone who cares.

Just my two cents for today.

I’m Donna J. Jodhan wishing you a terrific day and weekend.

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog
Learn more about Author Donna Jodhan and her campaign against bullying at
www.jodhanmysterybook.club
Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
and chat with me on Skype at habsfan0526.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authordonnajodhan

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Why do kids cry?

Greetings! I’m Christian Robicheau and I simply cannot believe that this is
the final weekend of January!
Time is simply marching on and no one can stop this.
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s editorial with you and for this
week Donna J. Jodhan talks about why our kids cry.
It is a very deep editorial and I encourage you to read on!
Happy weekend to you now!

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Why do kids cry?
By Donna J. Jodhan

I can bet you anything that in response to this question we will find
ourselves being given a myriad of answers and it can range anywhere from any
of the following:
Diapers are wet or soiled.
Kids are hungry.
Kids are angry.
Kids are in distress.
Kids are hurt.
Kids are happy.
Kids are disappointed.
Kids are unhappy.

Kids also cry whenever they lose their parents or miss them and most of all
they cry for things that are either taken away from them or they lose
something that are very dear and precious to them.

Of course, there are other answers to the said question but suffice it to
say that kids can cry for so many reasons. Some of the time we are able to
wipe their tears away and replace them with miles of smiles but at other
times we are unable to do so and why?

Probably because we are not trying hard enough or probably because we may
not care enough! Or it may be that we are unable to help or simply we are
just thinking about ourselves instead of our kids.

At the end of the day; almost every kid cries for some sort of reason. They
almost never cry for nothing! Look hard enough and you will definitely see
or find why!

Just my two cents for today.

I’m Donna J. Jodhan wishing you a terrific day and weekend.

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog
Learn more about Author Donna Jodhan and her campaign against bullying at
www.jodhanmysterybook.club
Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
and chat with me on Skype at habsfan0526.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authordonnajodhan

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What can we do to foster more commitment?

Happy January 18 to everyone and I’m Scott Savoy coming to you from the desk
of Sterling Creations.
Today, I am super pleased to share our president’s weekly editorial with you
and for this week Donna J. Jodhan focuses her attention on how we can help
to foster more commitment.
I encourage you to read her editorial and here’s wishing you a terrific
weekend.

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What can we do to foster more commitment?
By Donna J. Jodhan

In my humble opinion, the world today does not appear to contain as much
commitment as it did up until about a decade ago. I may be wrong in my
assumption but I have a funny feeling that there are many out there who will
either silently or loudly agree with me.

There used to be a time when commitment seemed to be second nature to the
majority of us; but sadly enough, no more.

Today we are living in times when commitment seems to be a thing of the
past. When so many think that it is nothing or means nothing when they
break their commitment. When they believe that proffering an anemic excuse
would be enough to break a commitment. When instead of making sure that
their commitment is carried out they defend themselves with attitudes that
are disrespectful, condescending, and downright lousy!

I respectfully submit that when it comes to commitment we have learned very
little from those brave young men and women who fought in the World Wars
plus others. We continue to turn a deaf ear and a blind eye to this out of
hand problem and I for one am completely out of suggestions.

I really do not like raising a complaint without having some sort of
suggested solution but in this case the only flimsy one that I can offer is
for us to start being more aware of a lack of commitment and then to find
ways to collaborate on coming up with strategies to stem the tide.

I’m Donna J. Jodhan wishing you a terrific day and weekend.

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog
Learn more about Author Donna Jodhan and her campaign against bullying at
www.jodhanmysterybook.club
Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
and chat with me on Skype at habsfan0526.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authordonnajodhan

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Keeping up with technology

Happy 2020 to everyone and I’m Christian Robicheau wishing everyone the best
of everything for 2020.
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s weekly editorial with you and
for this week Donna J. Jodhan focuses her attention on keeping up with
technology!
Happy weekend everyone!

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Keeping up with technology
By Donna J. Jodhan

One of my favourite phrases these days is this: “Ah yes! The joys and
wonders of technology” and I often say this anytime technology plays a bit
of a dirty trick on me.

For most of us, it is one thing to be able to keep up with the latest and
greatest technological changes and that is; if we can afford to do so.
However for me, it is a lot more than this.

In the normal scheme of things, for the sighted world it means being able to
procure the latest hardware and accompanying software but for me it goes
further than this. As a vision impaired person, I need to ensure that my
access/assistive technology is also up to date, that it works cohesively
with the hardware and software that I need in order to productively do my
work, and that I have the know-how when it comes to using it with such
things as social media and online facilities.

Added to this is the ability to be able to navigate and use websites as
independently as possible and here is where things get dicey for me. This
is so because accessibility and navigation all hinges on others to make
their websites and facilities accessible and navigable and if said websites
are not so then there is nothing that I can do. It is all out of my hands
at this point.

As an entrepreneur, I am finding it increasingly difficult to keep up with
technology. Affordability is one of the main reasons and after this it
comes down to finding reliable assistance to help me install and maintain my
technological environment. A headache you may be asking? Indeed but I have
no choice if I hope to survive in the rapidly evolving world of
technological change and shifting landscapes of attitudes.

Just my two cents for today.

I’m Donna J. Jodhan wishing you a terrific day and weekend.

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog
Learn more about Author Donna Jodhan and her campaign against bullying at
www.jodhanmysterybook.club
Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
and chat with me on Skype at habsfan0526.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authordonnajodhan

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No dream is too big

Happy new year everyone and I am Scott Savoy wishing you the very best for
2020.
Brand new year! New wishes and new dreams and for today I am delighted to
share our president’s weekly editorial with you.
For today, Donna J. Jodhan talks about no dream is too big.
Enjoy and happy weekend!

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No dream is too big
By Donna J. Jodhan

This is the advice that I would pass on to anyone who dares to dream. It is
not as difficult as you may think. It is not as hard as you may feel. It
is not hard to believe in what you dream to aspire. These are the
ingredients to no dream is too big.

I have never limited my dreams because I truly believe that the sky could be
the limit. Yes! Sometimes reality may step in and bring me back down to
earth but that’s okay. There is nothing wrong in receiving a reality check.

I would compare it to learning to ride a bicycle. At first it may seem
daunting but if you pause for a few moments, take a deep breath, and then
settle down; you will find that it is easier than you ever expected.

Sometimes you may probably need to trim the size of your dream in order to
suit your objectives, your initiatives, and your constraints, restraints,
and limitations. This is not however such a bad strategy. The no dream is
too big can certainly still apply.

Or maybe I should be stating it like this! You can make your dream as big
as you wish it to be. No holes barred! No one to stop you but you
yourself! If you believe in yourself then no dream is too big and if you do
not have the necessary resources to achieve it then it is up to you to find
them and use them. In other words; your dream is in your own hands.

You control your own destiny. You find ways to overcome challenges, scale
walls, create ways to work around obstacles and the rest will surely fall
into place.

Just my two cents for today.

I’m Donna J. Jodhan wishing you a terrific day and weekend.

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog
Learn more about Author Donna Jodhan and her campaign against bullying at
www.jodhanmysterybook.club
Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
and chat with me on Skype at habsfan0526.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authordonnajodhan

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In every journey 2019

Dear readers: As we approach the end of another year, I wanted to drop by
and share my thoughts with you and for this year I’d like to use some words
of wisdom that were sent to me by a very special lady; Denise Sanders and
she did this when I was president of the Alliance for Equality of Blind
Canadians.
Here goes:
“In every journey there is meaning.
In every conflict, there is growth.
In every action, there is purpose.
In every moment of doubt,
Remember to believe!”

Very strong words sent to me by a very powerful lady and these are ones that
I shall treasure always.

As I look back on 2019, I think that the best way for me to describe this
year would be to say that it was filled with hope and expectations. Some
were realized but others failed to cross the finish line.

I was truly humbled to have been a part of the initiative to see the safe
passage of Bill C-81 and although there are some who believe that this bill
is not powerful enough; I for one truly believe that finally! We have
meaningful legislation in place and now we need to build on it. I
personally thank the Honourable Minister Carla Qualtrough, Senator Jim
Munson, Prime Minister Trudeau, and all of those organizations and
individuals who gave so selflessly of their time and energy to make this a
reality.

June 21 will always be etched in my mind and despite my not having been
there physically, I followed every step to Royal assent with tears of joy
and gratitude that this precious historic day was realized.

I also learned this past year that whereas on the whole there are those
entities whose lawyers continue to believe that bullying tactics are the
best way to deprive complainants of their rights; there are some who think
otherwise. I thank Dianne Wintermute, Chris Piggott, and Sarah Hart for
having helped to show this side of the legal system and to help me to keep
on believing.

Unfortunately, it has not been the same in the case of certain other
entities and I can only hope that come 2020 the Ontario Government along
with certain Ontario entities would take action to ensure that the rights of
persons with disabilities are recognized and protected.

Despite the efforts of entities such as Elections Canada, the CHRC, and the
CTA to be proactive and to be good government citizens with regard to
helping to protect and recognize the rights of persons with disabilities, I
believe that there is still so much work to be done in order to break down
attitude barriers, other types of artificial barriers, and more.

I also saw where the voices of blind and vision impaired Canadians continued
to be ignored and left out of collaboration and round table discussions.
Examples of this raised their ugly heads when I witnessed first hand how
some organizations and individuals who were given hefty Federal Government
grants to foster collaboration amongst organizations representing the voices
and needs of Canadians with disabilities failed to include the voices and
requirements of blind and vision impaired Canadians. This continues to be a
grave concern to me and a huge disappointment and I can only hope that this
starts to change for 2020.

In June 2019; I probably suffered one of the greatest personal losses when
one of my dearest mentors, teachers, coaches, and friend Chris Stark passed
on so tragically and unexpectedly. Chris was probably Canada’s finest
advocate when it came to standing up for the rights of blind and vision
impaired Canadians. He gave selflessly and never ignored my calls for help!
He gave generously and his time was always someone else’s time.

His accomplishments are so many; from having helped to bring the talking ATM
to Canada, to his tireless work with guide dogs and guide dog users, to
continually challenging organizations such as the CHRC, the CTA, the CRTC,
Elections Canada and Elections Ontario, Air Canada, and others to respect
the rights of blind and vision impaired Canadians.

I’ll never forget you Chris and I promise to always keep your memory on the
radar. I will strive to not disappoint you as I know that you will be
watching closely from your seat in the deep blue horizon! I can just hear
your voice coaching and advising me now! Thank you for having come into my
life!

I am grateful for what I have and what I can share! I am truly thankful for
calling Canada my home! A country that is rich in generosity, caring, and a
willingness to listen and provide a happy abode for those who seek shelter
from wars, hardships, and lives that are so difficult to live.

I live in a country where running water is not a luxury. I live in a
country where food is plentiful and technology gives me the opportunity to
earn a daily living, to communicate with friends and family, and most of all
I have freedom of speech. I live in a country that I am proud to call my
home and I recognize that yes! Canada is not perfect but it is the best
place to live!

I look forward to continuing my work in 2020. To be working with the Apple
Corporation. To my work as an advocate working on the know your rights
project with the CNIB. To continued work with Aaron Diblasi and Mindvault
Solutions on my various projects for my company. To further collaboration
with entities such as Elections Canada, the CTA, and the CHRC.

Most of all; to continue my initiatives to ensure that every child counts!
That is, to ensure that blind and vision impaired kids are not left out!

I must not forget to express a special bouquet of gratitude to my dear
friend Jilla who helped me to make a dream come true; she and I spent some
priceless hours in early February when I visited Liverpool to reconnect with
my cousins Lorraine and her daughter, Mark, Carl and Tom, and my aunt Angie
and cousin Sally and her boyfriend Joe. I shall always remember this visit
and be eternally grateful that I got this rare opportunity to embrace my
family!

It is not very often when a friend goes out of their way to ensure that a
visit is as perfect as possible and this is what Jilla did for me. She
picked me up at Gatwick Airport, took me to her welcoming home, drove with
me to Windermere the next day, stayed with me for two days at a chess
tournament, returned to fetch me a few days later and then drove me to
Liverpool to meet my family. Then she drove me back to London and made sure
that I was homeward bound to Canada the following day.
What was most special is that Jilla and my cousin Lorraine accompanied me on
some special trips to the Liverpool Cathedral and to Christopher Grange!
Thank you Jilla!

To all of my friends and family! I thank you from the bottom of my heart
and a special thanks to the board of Barrier Free Canada for your continuing
commitment!
For it is only through you and with you that we will continue to fight the
good fight!

With very best wishes for 2020
Donna J

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To be a kid at heart for one moment in time

My goodness! I cannot believe that we are almost here! In a matter of just
a few days, we’ll be celebrating the birth of baby Jesus and for me it’s
what makes Christmas.
I want to wish all of our readers the very best for this great holiday
season and for 2020.
For this week, I am pleased to share our presiden’ts weekly editorial with
you and for today, Donna J. Jodhan shares her dreams as a kid with us.
I wish everyone a great weekend.
I’m Christian Robicheau

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To be a kid at heart for one moment in time

This is usually the time of year when I choose to simply kick back and be a
kid at heart for just one moment in time.

Tis the time to be jolly! To forget one’s troubles but for a few precious
moments and to simply allow my mind to wander and roam.

Ah yes! To simply relax and be a kid at heart! I would still dream of
Santa bringing me lots of goodies on his sleigh; cookies, candy, biscuits,
chocolates, and so much more!

I dream of him bringing me toys too! Dolls and doll houses, tea sets,
electronic games, puzzles, and those favourite gadgets.

O, and let us not forget those snazzy clothes; brightly coloured sweaters,
gloves, boots, and lots of fancy tops and skirts and trousers to match.
I’ll tell Santa that my favourite colours are yellow, purple, and orange.

I dream of lots of laughter, joy, and fun! I dream of going carolling with
my cousins to cheer up folks in homes for seniors! I dream of days gone
by when I used to spend precious times with my beloved granny in the kitchen
baking fruit cakes and pies, and making all kinds of Christmas delicacies!

Most of all, I dream of going to Church with my family and standing in front
of the Manger saying hello to baby Jesus and Mary and Joseph! And o yes!
The joy of giving to others who are less fortunate!

For me, being a kid at heart at this time of year is simply marvellous!
Just my two cents for today!
An adult continuing the traditions of childhood!
Merry Christmas everyone!
Happy holidays! ! Happy Hanukkah!
Joyeux Noel!
Feliz Navidad!
Bueno Tale!

I’m Donna J. Jodhan wishing you a terrific day and weekend.

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog
Learn more about Author Donna Jodhan and her campaign against bullying at
www.jodhanmysterybook.club
Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
and chat with me on Skype at habsfan0526.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authordonnajodhan

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Without my mentor – thank you Chris Stark

Ho! Ho! Ho everyone and ah yes! My fave month of the year and it’s time to
start celebrating, enjoying, thanking, and giving!
Today, I am delighted to share our president’s weekly editorial with you and
for this week, Donna J. Jodhan laments the loss of one of her closest
mentors.
I wish you a wonderful shopping weekend!
I’m Scott Savoy.

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Without my mentor
By Donna J. Jodhan

As they often say, One never knows when their time will come and this is how
I feel about my mentor, friend, and teacher.

Chris Stark was all of this to me and so much more. I met Chris in 2010
when we had our very first phone conversation. He had called to tell me how
pleased he was with the work I had done on our charter challenge against the
Canadian Government over their inaccessible websites.

From that memorable moment until his passing in early June; Chris coached,
mentored, taught, and lead me from pillar to post in the world of advocacy.

He taught me never to give up! He taught me to always take the high road!
He taught me how to develop and grow a thick skin! He taught me
professionalism, to look before I leapt, and how to analyze carefully before
making a decision. Most of all, he taught me how to pick and choose my
battles.

Chris never said no to my calls for help. He was always there and he never
shied away from an important battle. Above all, and despite him being often
in physical pain, he was always there to offer his help. I shall always
remember his opening words anytime I called him. “How can I help you!”

We as Canadians owe Chris a tremendous and unforgettable debt of gratitude
for all that he did! Just to mention a few, for having helped to bring the
talking ATM to Canada, for his tireless work with advocating for guide dogs
and their users, for all of his efforts re transportation, the CRTC, and
Elections Canada and Elections Ontario.

Thank you Chris for having come into my life! You came for a reason and now
you are up in the deep blue still coaching me. I promise to never let you
down and all I ask is that you save a place at your table for me when I
finally join you! I’ll never forget you and I hope you do the same for me!

Just my two cents for today.

I’m Donna J. Jodhan wishing you a terrific day and weekend.

To reach me, please send an email to info@sterlingcreations.ca.

Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
http://www.donnajodhan.blogspot.com
Weekly features on how to increase your success with your business ventures
http://www.sterlingcreations.com/businessdesk.htm
Weekly articles and editorials on issues about accessibility
http://www.sterlingcreations.ca/blog
Learn more about Author Donna Jodhan and her campaign against bullying at
www.jodhanmysterybook.club
Now you can enjoy Donna’s detective DJ crime crushers Series by visiting
http://www.donnajodhan.com

You can follow me on twitter @accessibleworld
and chat with me on Skype at habsfan0526.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authordonnajodhan

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