‘PATHLIGHT: Journey to a Good Life’ Information

Pathlight : Dealing with Difficulties

Pathlight : Dealing with Difficulties

  Here we are again, facing the final weeks of the year, welcoming the advent of cold weather and snow after enjoying an unusually kind summer for north of Lake Superior. While I enjoy the holiday spirit, the smells of baking pumpkin pies and Christmas cookies, I find it all a bit more [Read more]

PATHLIGHT: “Let go or be dragged”

PATHLIGHT: “Let go or be dragged”

Some of the readers of this column may be wondering why I haven’t written in a long time. There is a short answer and a long answer. For now – the short answer. What happened? What happens in life, to everyone, sooner or later, is loss. For me – and our family – the [Read more]

Pathlight by Annie Wenger-Nabigon, Ph.D., R.S.W.

Pathlight by Annie Wenger-Nabigon, Ph.D., R.S.W.

Originally submitted January 3, 2016 – Apologies from the Editor for the delay. “…all the patterns we build…” It is now three days past the midnight when the year of 2015 morphed into the year 2016, and here we are as if on the wheel of time again, slowly turning deeper into winter [Read more]

Pathlight : The Slide into Darkness

Pathlight : The Slide into Darkness

This is the season of the darkness here in the Boreal forests of the north. Snow has begun to swirl although not in earnest, but we all know it is coming, along with the dropping temperatures and the longer nights. From now until Solstice on December 21, the shortest day of the year, we will [Read more]

Pathlight: Father’s Day and National Aboriginal Day

Pathlight: Father’s Day and National Aboriginal Day

Two different celebrations fall on the same day – National Aboriginal Day and Father’s Day. The first Father’s Day celebration occurred on July 5, 1908 in Fairmont, West Virginia, USA, and is now widely celebrated in countries around the world on various different days. The first National [Read more]

Pathlight : Mothers, Gems of the World

Pathlight : Mothers, Gems of the World

Mother’s Day is coming up soon and many people are planning how to honor their mother on this special day. Flower and gift shops find this a profitable season, as do jewelry stores. It seems that for many people an excellent way to show Mom how much she means to us is to give her [Read more]

Pathlight : What is the Most Important Work?

Pathlight :   What is the Most Important Work?

“Work is love made visible”. Kahlil Gibran Here in northern Ontario we are frozen in a snowy cold that makes getting out of the house a major work project. Some of us would prefer to stay in hibernation mode like our brothers and sisters the bears! Recently on a very bright sunny day I took [Read more]

Pathlight: Enjoying the Simple Things This Holiday Season

Pathlight: Enjoying the Simple Things This Holiday Season

 “… it is the sweet, simple things of life which are the real ones after all..” Laura Ingalls Wilder Here we are again, coming into another Christmas season, another time of the year where the Winter Solstice takes us farther away from the warmth of the sun, and the cold realities of [Read more]

PATHLIGHT: The Riches of Autumn by Annie Wenger-Nabigon

PATHLIGHT: The Riches of Autumn by Annie Wenger-Nabigon

 Author of Pathlight; Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW is originally from the U.S., earning her Canadian Citizenship in 2013. Annie & her Husband live in Pic River First Nation. Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW has been a cinical social worker since 1979 working in mental health, family therapy, [Read more]

Pathlight: Mind, Heart and Soul by Columnist Annie Wenger-Nabigon

Pathlight: Mind, Heart and Soul by Columnist Annie Wenger-Nabigon

Author of Pathlight; Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW is originally from the U.S., earning her Canadian Citizenship in 2013. Annie & her Husband live in Pic River First Nation. Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW has been a cinical social worker since 1979 working in mental health, family therapy, [Read more]

Columnist Annie Wenger-Nabigon RE: VACATION!

Columnist Annie Wenger-Nabigon RE: VACATION!

Author of Pathlight; Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW is originally from the U.S., earning her Canadian Citizenship in 2013. Annie & her Husband live in Pic River First Nation. Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW has been a cinical social worker since 1979 working in mental health, family therapy, [Read more]

The Hard Work of Love by Annie Wenger-Nabigon

The Hard Work of Love by Annie Wenger-Nabigon

Author of Pathlight; Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW is originally from the U.S., earning her Canadian Citizenship in 2013. Annie & her Husband live in Pic River First Nation. Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW has been a cinical social worker since 1979 working in mental health, family therapy, and [Read more]

Pathlight : Finding Meaning

Pathlight : Finding Meaning

Author of Pathlight; Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW is originally from the U.S., earning her Canadian Citizenship in 2013. Annie & her Husband live in Pic River First Nation. Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW has been a cinical social worker since 1979 working in mental health, family therapy, and [Read more]

#Pathlight : An Extraordinary Life by Annie Wenger-Nabigon

#Pathlight : An Extraordinary Life by Annie Wenger-Nabigon

Author of Pathlight; Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW is originally from the U.S., earning her Canadian Citizenship in 2013. Annie & her Husband live in Pic River First Nation. Annie Wenger-Nabigon, MSW, RSW has been a cinical social worker since 1979 working in mental health, family therapy, [Read more]

Pathlight : Changing and Changes

Pathlight : Changing and Changes

Alice’s quote above is an interesting twist on the subject of change. We change our clothing every morning; we change our hairstyles, buy new cars or furniture, even get new jobs and move new places. I’m sure I’ve changed several times in dramatic ways throughout my life. But have I really [Read more]

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