Category Archives: christianity

Don’t Ignore

God said, “just wait” but you go ahead and miss more things along the way.

God said, “come to Me” but you seek other relieves and lose yourself along the way.

God said, “be grateful” but you want what others have and feel miserable.

God said, “you have enough” but you want more and become busier than ever. In the end, you lose precious time.

We are here only for 90 years max, so bear with it. Don’t ignore the good voice inside that’s scolding you when you lost your way. Like a candle that burns inside, it can (and it will) die if you blow it.

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Do I Plan This?

“So are you planning to be alone (forever)?” a guy asked me today.

Hmmm, if only I could get a dollar every time someone asks me that 😙 (NOTE: I would prefer AUD, pls, cuz I’ll be using the currency soon. Lol)

How would I know if I’m going to change my mind or not within the next decade? Getting married is easy, people, but getting a compatible lifetime partner is NOT. Marriage is the beginning of a new chapter, it’s not the end nor the goal.

I feel sorry for you if you feel that way 😶 #asingleslife

Walking with Father J

There is a hole, a gap in me that cannot be filled with anything but Jesus. He found me when I was very young and I’ve been talking to Him ever since.

He knows me even before I knew who He was. And no one knows me better than Him.

There were times I hurt Him, every now and then, and when it happened I lost my peace.

But He never leaves me.

The same mighty savior who found Paul, Zakheus, C.S. Lewis… The only living God who once had lived as a man –who would understand my every bit of sorrow.

God knows I don’t ask for this life, for my life is still a painful happiness because I have always been a solitaire.

Maybe that’s why I like yoga. It makes sense that a more bubbly and outgoing person would choose sports like balley dancing or salsa over yoga. It is the perfect sport for loners (whether or not they are lonely people).

I have written several series about Him, my sorrows and the conversations we had. One day, if God’s willing, I would publish it. But my life isn’t a full circle just yet, so I need to learn and listen more.

No matter what, thank you Father for never letting me go.