It is better to dream and believe than to never feel faith. I am never ashamed of my beliefs, despite consistent hurdles. I would rather my convictions be falsified and denied than to have never existed. To live in a world without those convictions would be lazy and irresponsible of me.
My gift of the benefit of the doubt extends to a great deal of people, places and things. We put our faith in people every day, in different ways. Our unaltered faith is that our support system won’t scatter at the first real sign of honest life. I never question the certainties of my faiths; I know that my family, friends, and peers will deliver. They will come and assist in my execution of success, making sure I have my priorities straight and my head out of my ass.
We are here to shed light and profile contemporaries with this faith, both in and of themselves and their aptitude. These products do not falter and flail at the trials that take our attention. They are alive. Making the right choices and identifying your worth ignite with your ability to believe. Don’t just make a wish. Make a plan, execute it, and you will see that faith pay off. Your projection of belief will become an integral part of that payoff and will focus your energy in the right direction. Its execution will be played over and over in your head and always demand sacrifice.
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In issue 5 of PRODUCT, we talked about a favourite charity of mine. The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) is a community leader, putting efforts toward the research that will find a cure. We made some mistakes in our copy and would never want you to be misinformed. CANFAR was founded 25 years ago in 1987 and just recognized their anniversary last October. Its Have a Heart program began humbly as an annual concert in 1993. Right now you can head to canfar.com and get your tickets for the upcoming Our Future Without AIDS event being held on Saturday, April 27th. This event brings together an amazing collective of young professionals and philanthropists, celebrating Art, Culture and our city’s great effort in the fight against AIDS. My most sincere apologies to this great institution for our inaccuracies.
WORDS: KYLE KOFSKY
PHOTOS: ALEX BROWNE & MAX POWER
FROM LEFT: KIM LUM-DANSON, GLENDA MACINNIS, MAX POWER
JOE SWALLOW, ADAM ZIVO & KYLE KOFSKY
LOCATION: REGENT PARK AQUATIC CENTER