We don’t even know what’s in store tomorrow but we are not ignorant of what’s ahead of us. There are other events as we are nearing the last days of this system of things and all these are taking place these days. One way or the other, we will experience these unique events leading to a more difficult time ahead of us. The question is: are we ready?
My Twenty-Five Things is a post originally written in 2009. It was a game and an indirect way of getting to know each other, with an aim of establishing good relationships with others.
This world may be really busy, noisy and harsh but all it takes is a quiet time for you, to pause, sit down, pray and enjoy the simple pleasures of life. We do not really have to unearth everything, rush into fixing things that are beyond our control. Instead, we ought to know and accept responsibilities for our own deeds and know how personal limitations help you be contented with what you have.
One day our children will see our pictures and ask 'Who are these people?' And we will smile with invisible tears because a heart is touched with a strong word and you will say: 'It was them that I had the best days of my life with.’
Nobody should be too comfortable these days, not with COVID-19. We should never take chance because it is one of the pestilences, we can say, that can test how fragile our imperfect life is. (Luke 21:10,11) It chooses no one therefore, we cannot compromise our health and safety, not when we love the gift of life.
The proliferation of the false teaching about the "undying soul" actually caused so much damage than trigger hope. Why is the feeling of unworthiness creeps into one's mind easily? Is it because of lack of acceptance from others? Is it because you feel that nobody loves you?
We are constantly in fight for our sinful tendencies to err and our inherited imperfections. If asked to choose between obedience and sacrifice, which one will you choose?
Those who think words and language are enough to communicate, think twice. Eloquency is not confined with just the spoken and written words but understand that the power of communication goes beyond the forms and fonts. We communicate because we bridge gaps. We communicate to be understood and to be connected. #MyWeekendThoughts
Working in a BPO company was the hype years ago. Back in those days, BPO was a booming industry, offering great opportunities for new graduates like me. If you want to earn decent work experience, call center jobs can give you just what you really need: interpersonal skills, multicompetencies, discipline in work and schedules etc.... Continue Reading →