Let’s talk about anger and temper

In a span of a few hours this morning, I’ve already felt a roller coaster of emotions. From being eager to come to work despite the thunderstorm, to being grateful for my husband for driving me, to impatiently waiting at the line in the MRT up to losing my temper over an insensitive couple withinContinue reading “Let’s talk about anger and temper”

The 5 Dangers of Truthless Rock and Roll

There are movies that make us go aww and wah and there are those we just need to blog about because of so many thoughts that need discussion. Such is the movie A Star Is Born by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. This is the third remake, which means the story has reached generations ofContinue reading “The 5 Dangers of Truthless Rock and Roll”

Testifying vs. humble bragging.

Perhaps the most common problem Christians face today is being thought a braggart in the midst of sharing God’s goodness and grace to others. If becoming a witness is what we’re called to do, then at the expense of being dubbed a hypocrite, a perfect person (perfect ka eh), jollibee (bida bida ka ba), orContinue reading “Testifying vs. humble bragging.”

In other news: Man told to carry his weight.

People of the world, there is an urgent need for all of us to be mindful of others. A while ago, I hopped onto the train fully aware, equipped, and prepared for the usual crowded experience as it were also rush hour. This means, I try my best to make room for more people, whoContinue reading “In other news: Man told to carry his weight.”

What happens when busy moms decide to meet up with their kids along?

My friend has been on my blog since our outdoorsy, beach, hiking, spelunking, canyoneering and mountain climbing days. Our stories revolved around fun and YOLO – the millennial meaning and implication, yes. Now she’s back in my blog.. tamed. We both are, not because we lost our natural spunk and spirit but instead, we areContinue reading “What happens when busy moms decide to meet up with their kids along?”

Should you really go and love yourself?

When we are full of ourselves, we miss God’s glory. But how could we tell if we are bound by something not pleasing to God when it looks so simple and harmless, and we do it every day? As I write this, I wait for the train at the platform. An hour remains before IContinue reading “Should you really go and love yourself?”

Are you worrying about anything RN?

This verse is too comforting it deserves a space in my blog. I hope you too could be comforted by this: “Don’t be pulled in different directions or worried about a thing. Be saturated in prayer throughout each day, offering your faith-filled requests before God with overflowing gratitude. Tell him every detail of your life,Continue reading “Are you worrying about anything RN?”

18 things I learned this 2018

I skipped my 2017 year-end blog last year because it was too difficult a year to write. Needless to say, I wasn’t well at that time. I started 2017 up to the early months of 2018 with negative emotions – anger and hatred toward other people. I lived every day nursing an evil thought ofContinue reading “18 things I learned this 2018”

Problems? No problem!

Early this year, I struggled with having my husband see the world the same way I see it. I even blogged about my surprise when I first found out he “doesn’t pray because he doesn’t want to be a hypocrite.“ But God never left us. Throughout our sufferings and confusion, his eyes were fixed onContinue reading “Problems? No problem!”

“Make Yourself” by Jerald Ferriol

How I wish sometimes that my husband were also a blogger so that he could have an avenue to express his learnings without me having to pry it from his semi-laconic demeanor. But, oh well, God made us into different people with unique qualities. But one time, he purposefully told me that he wanted toContinue reading ““Make Yourself” by Jerald Ferriol”