When the Once-Was-Lost Guides the Lost 

Ever wonder what your calling is? One evening I discovered mine, when I helped a beautiful stranger find her way to her destination--despite my trust issues.

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Don’t Follow Your Heart; Guard It!

June 17, 2015. About 8 AM after I finished my daily quiet time and Bible meditation, I opened my planner and took out my pen. Instinctively, I began writing bullet points of the activities I planned on accomplishing that day. Cook lunch. Exercise. Cook dinner. Short prayer time. BLOG! Clean Mom's bathroom. And a bunch of … Continue reading Don’t Follow Your Heart; Guard It!

Perfection-er

In my previous post, I talked about feeling quite depressed over my lack of inactivity and my feeling of uselessness, as I stayed home in most days. Turned out I was just bored and that I needed to change my perspective and attitude. God was preparing me for something bigger, better, and busier. Last week, … Continue reading Perfection-er

Jimmy Needham Concert & A Lesson on Appetite

Exactly a week ago, April 9, I attended the concert of one of my most favorite Christian artists (and since that day, speakers): Jimmy Needham. If his name doesn't ring a bell,  go to the end of this post and watch him sing my favorite song of his, "Forgiven and Loved." Seriously, stop.  However, if you … Continue reading Jimmy Needham Concert & A Lesson on Appetite

Unforgettable

Studying in universities for the past three years has taught me to think critically and creatively, manage my time well (albeit I'm still struggling with this), communicate clearly and effectively, and argue reasonably, among others. By God's grace,I am more intelligent and skilled today than I was three years ago, but I'm still far from … Continue reading Unforgettable

Grace Gracing Grace

Excited, a little apprehensive, but nevertheless, eager to climb mountains, defeat my giants, and embark on new adventures--This is what I looked and felt like when we homo sapiens welcomed 2013 with open arms. My mindset was real, lasting, progressive change; my motto: The old has come, the new has begun. If only it were … Continue reading Grace Gracing Grace

Harsh Realities

Life can be described with adjectives as many as there are Facebook and Twitter users combined. Today, I choose this one: Harsh. I know that life is not problem-free, but the fact to me is just that: a fact. Nothing more, nothing less. Sure, I experience problems growing up--self-image issues, insecurities, geometry problems, fights with … Continue reading Harsh Realities

Honorable Dressing

What to wear? What to wear? What to wear?!?! This question haunted me, reminding me of the fleeting seconds and minutes, as I stood in front of my opened closet, still deciding what to wear. I'm one of those girls whose wardrobe is somewhere between plain Jane and Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes. I … Continue reading Honorable Dressing

Heart Struggles

Hello readers and fellow bloggers! I apologize for a one week delay in posting, especially the Part 2 of my sembreak (which ended last Tuesday). I apologize, again, because I shall postpone that short but meaningful post for tomorrow and update you on what's happening, or should I say, wrestling, in my life right now. … Continue reading Heart Struggles

Sembreak Part 1: Classic Boracay Vacay

It wasn't too long ago when I first watched Sound of Music. My Dad bought a DVD of the said film and told me I should watch it because it was a classic. Without  completely understanding what a classic movie is, I obeyed. After being completely engrossed with the Von Trapp family and Fraulein Maria … Continue reading Sembreak Part 1: Classic Boracay Vacay