That night we sang, danced, prayed, and feasted together. That was the second time our Russian friend had us over at her place, 910 Pershing Avenue. She lived with two other students. One is Chinese-American and the other one is Caucasian American. In the car, ten minutes before my two Canadian friends and I arrived … Continue reading 910 Pershing Avenue
"He was a mature man, he was a man who knew God; he was a man who had a purpose, a dedication in life; he knew where he was going.”
Love is a great power in life. Once you are loved, you cannot not love. Yet, love should be plugged in to the true love of our Heavenly King. Otherwise, the enemy will warp it.
West is sassy, East is enigmatic. West teases them out, East unites them. West categorizes them, East connects them. They are blessings from God.
Life is a vista of reality knitted with the threads of emotion, experience, and knowledge. Here, a million of feelings will stop by. A plethora of stories intertwine. Tons of questions rise to the surface.
Thanks for visiting my blog. Please click the link to listen to my song. It's called Never-Ending Stream. Following is the the lyrics. Sing along! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YxCKnfPNyMTngRzSVEJaMDa92zBq6Vef/view?usp=drivesdk NEVER-ENDING STREAM Give thanks to the Lord for He is good His love endures forever and ever We praise You the Lord for what You have done in our … Continue reading Never-Ending Stream
There was something in his presence that struck a chord with me. Something in the way he delivered his message – a sense of aloofness yet intimacy in him.
“Because there is a time for everything, immerse yourself in the present, and do completely what you are doing with all your heart.” (Henri Boulad)
Ruth left in me a profound tranquility as I closed my day.
Instead of using black and white approaches all the time, how about we give ourselves some time to think in a dialogical approach which gives room for tension and mystery so that we may be able to experience the complete truth in a harmonious fashion?
But I found myself growing restless. My heart convicted me that this was not the correct answer. I fumbled; I did not know the answer; I felt my life was suddenly wrong.