THE ROAD TO (UN)SUFFERING I say suffering is a dearth of love. We suffer when we lose a loved one, or when a loved one refuses to love us, at least the way we want to be loved. The mental and emotional anguish cannot be quantified. No one wants to suffer. We all want to … Continue reading THE ROAD TO (UN)SUFFERING
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
ROBIN SHARMA'S "The Leader Who Had No Title" What I learned and will probably remember for a long time (Book review Ninang? "Hmm.. more of book report.") It's been months since I read the book. But the appreciation of the lessons I learned and the unique presentation (lots of mnemonics!) of leadership principles is still … Continue reading ROBIN SHARMA’S “The Leader Who Had No Title” (Book Review Ninang?)
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP? (Version 2 🤔) I'm grown up (surely Ninang!). Am I who I wanted to be? Are you who you said you would like to become? What did we want to be when we we were small? Are you still hoping to "grow" up? I am. … Continue reading WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP?
NINANG PONDERINGS 2 1. For whom work is done will either lead to frustration or gratefulness. For any toil will never be enough for man, and any work will not significantly add to God's. (RTS- reminder to self🤓) "So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of … Continue reading NINANG PONDERINGS 2
SILENT APPLAUSE We thrive in affirmation. We love to see, hear, feel, even taste (!) affirmation. Nodding heads, commendations, pats on the back, meal treats (!)- they bring us addicting satisfaction and fulfillment. We crave for it, and rejoice in it, whether we admit it or not. And doubt is sown in the absence of … Continue reading SILENT APPLAUSE