We hope for perfection, joy, and best outcomes. But we commit and see mistakes, feel sad, and attain less than the ideal. We may have perfect moments but for how long? A few seconds or a couple of minutes maybe. The realization of an imperfect life always kicks in. Because that is life—imperfect. We go … Continue reading Life is not perfect- what’s New?
SOME KIND OF PONDERFUL (NINANG PONDERINGS 3) 1. If Love should be spelled T I M E? Shouldn't we spell time as L O V E.. Fair enough? 🙂 "So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love." (1 Corinthians 13:13) 2. Joy is living the hope ahead. … Continue reading SOME KIND OF PONDERFUL
SPATIAL (Siopao Ninang? 😬) As a mother of three daughters who are equally gifted, similar and different at the same time, it is most challenging to make each one feel special. Talking to them at the same time with divided attention definitely cannot achieve that. "Alone" time with each of them is the key (of … Continue reading SPATIAL (Siopao Ninang? 😬)
THE (he)ART OF IGNOREMI (not in the dictionary Ninang!) "Good sense makes one slow to anger, and it is his glory to overlook an offense." (Proverbs 19:11) I am a student of this art called Ignoremi. Being confrontational does not help me at all. When you want conflicts settled instantly, feelings out in the open, … Continue reading THE (he)ART OF IGNOREMI
"The sum of all tears is supposed to be a renewed life, a second chance, an undying hope. The sum of all tears is realizing the steadfast love of a sovereign God who we can trust. "There is no glory without tears" because there is no significant relationship that can do away with tears..."
DEAR Time.. Dear, TIME Perhaps no other school activity reflects how we should live our lives more than DEAR time. The latter is a period when gradeschool students would Drop Everything And Read (DEAR). There are no teachers giving lessons, no tests or exams, no chatting with classmates, no making of projects, no eating (?)-- … Continue reading DEAR Time.. Dear, TIME