Activating One’s Moral Compass – Part 3 of 3 series

If our conscience has gone through proper training, expect that your moral compass will remain strong despite adversity. You will be able to endure and remain grounded no matter how much challenges there would be along the way.

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Activating One’s Moral Compass – Part 2 of 3 series

Deciding against a moral dilemma is always a painstaking process to begin with. It is very natural for one to minimize pain as much as possible, specifically, if our decision may compromise our close relationships and reputation.

Patience is a Virtue

Everything seems to be quick these days, 2018 is almost over. Everybody seems to be in a hurry, and the concept of “in the now” is more prominent than ever. In a day, just how many times do we hear the expression “I don’t have time for this…” or “Can you please hurry up? I... Continue Reading →

Keeping Our Personal Boundaries Checked

My late Psychology professor has reminded us to “keep your personal boundaries checked” all the time. It was an expression I never really understood back then because, I was too young to comprehend how it means before. As we age, however, our comprehension skills, beyond the four walls of our classrooms extend to the so-called... Continue Reading →

Fixing that which is Broken

Time has weathered the pact gravely, gone, in the wind, unrequited. The challenge of entering a permanent relationship such as marriage, is collosal. You get to discover new stuff on a daily basis because we are individuals who were brought up differently – culturally, traditionally or religiously. The couple’s union for a supposed perfect and... Continue Reading →

Only Time Could Weather Pain

I almost lost you nine years ago. As vivid as the daylight was and as a frightening as nightmare was, that tragic accident tested everything I have in life with you. How did I manage to live through the pain afterwards is something that I still ask myself over and over. Why did you even leave... Continue Reading →

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