There were times that I was too scared to get in touch with friends and family members because of the news of another person we knew might have passed due to covid. It was just too much to bear, too difficult to even process the frailty of life during these times.
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.
Time has weathered the pact gravely, gone, in the wind, unrequited. The challenge of entering a permanent relationship such as marriage, is colossal. 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 →
Comfort begets comfort. Make time for those who needs comfort. Buy time when needed. Team up with it, it's a wise decision.
Recently, I was very vocal about growing up, growing old and childless. I don’t mind actually because it is something I cannot control of. Instead, I treat it a matter of accepting my personal or biological limitations I should say. Being childless these days isn’t new. In fact, many career-oriented women may not conceive in their early... Continue Reading →
One thing I learned about vulnerability is that it does not bring an end to your tears, it is not a period and will never be
A young girl received a simple graduation card from her estranged mother. Her mother scribbled few short words for her daughter on top of the card and sealed it along with her gift for her daughter. With her simple words of thanks, this young girl kissed her mom, opened her gift and set aside the... Continue Reading →