“Your soul doesn’t care what you do for a living – and when your life is over, neither will you. Your soul cares only about what you are being while you are doing whatever you are doing.” ~ Neale Donald Walsch

Born from an idea that we are all connected and we want to be connected, the social effect started as a project to see how we may better share ideas from one person to another, one community to another, one country to another, and eventually make this world into a connected community that the Internet has made possible.

I feel there is a way to help, through the Internet and Social Media platforms, to understand the ever changing global community.  I believe that through posting, tweeting, blogging, and sharing we can help connect to each other in a meaningful way in the ultimate hope of making change. I believe that by thinking outside the box we can create possibilities that this world has been waiting for.

I believe it only takes one person to affect the world and that person is each one of us. We must make a cultural shift to see the possibilities we each hold and to learn first to give and to help each other, which in turn will help those around us.

I was born in Winnipeg, moved to Montreal to study economics at McGill University and then studied fashion design in Paris. I worked in the fashion business for 20 years until I gave it all up to find the answers to life. I learned of course that there are no answers and so I decided to do what I always wanted to do and open a little shop. The shop sells beauty products and perfume and a candle or two. I continue on my journey and I will see where it will take me. Part of the journey has always been writing, creating and giving.



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