As I wondered what to write for this post, I started to reflect on the year, all that has happened—my husband’s cancer diagnosis, a work crisis, and an ongoing heartache of a broken relationship…this song came into my mind.
Christmas to me was—parties, drinks, presents, merry-making, heck-yeah.
This is my story of why I’ve changed, decided to accept Jesus, (remained a non-geek), and how Christmas has an entirely new meaning for me.
Continue reading “My story: How I went from totally disinterested to totally in love with God.”
I used to think that the longer I walk on my faith journey, the more I’ll become Christlike. In reality, the longer and closer I walk with Christ, the more of my ungodly attitudes were revealed.
I’m introspecting about this massive irony of why we want to go to Heaven, knowing that all pain and suffering will end…yet, we don’t want to die. Continue reading “Everybody wants to go to Heaven, but nobody wants to die”
I had the blessing of being able to interview (via email) a fellow blogger, Alexis.
A beggar approached us halfway through our meal, we didn’t give him money. Is that right?
Ever since I became a step mum, Mother’s Day is rarely a happy celebration for me. But, as you’ve read the title of this post, there is a happy ending to my 2017 Mother’s Day! Continue reading “How making the right choices got me through Mother’s Day (happily).”
A Whatsapp conversation with a friend sparked the start of this new way of living. We were talking about the frailty of life. How our days are numbered, yet many of us live as if tomorrow will always come.
Me: Remember how you were when u were going through your illness?
C: Ha ha, yes I remember and wanna forget…I’m living in abandon!
Me: One day, I’ll interview you. Ok?
C: Things I’ll do if I have a week to live?
Me: Whether u r any diff before and after.
C: Of course! I was 68kg, now 57kg. LOL! Ok, ok, I have some nuggets of wisdom, somewhere. If I can find em’.
I don’t take life so seriously and dwell on petty matters, look for beauty in everyday living, and find contentment with the little things. Because I’m more aware now that I may just collapse at any time.
C: Life is transient, like the rays of the sunshine thru the trees that I saw at the park one morning. Never saw such beauty again so far.
C: Ha ha hahaha! Am I making any sense?
Me: Applies to anyone, regardless of whether they had an illness or what. Our days are numbered. We just don’t live that truth. I forget that every single day.
I think we/ppl need regular reminders to remember to live.
C: Yes, sometimes u need a near-death experience to shake u up.
Me: Not everyone has the chance for a u-turn though.
Me: Maybe I can do something abt it. And in the process, remind me to live like my days are numbered.
C: Of course, you can!
C: Hell yes! Ooops!
C: Hmm…why ppl never say, Heaven yes?!
Me: How to live like Heaven is on earth.
So, here I am.
I’m doing something about it. Something to do with this blog to remind you and me to live like our days are numbered, because…they are.
Just one day after I told myself that I’ll do something about it by taking one step of faith at a time—my days started to be kinda different! 😀
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I’m thankful for being able to move and work out.
I thought of this when I was grumbling through my workout today.
Part of my daily ‘3 things to be thankful for’ note.