Day 6: A Letter to My Future Children

My Dearest Children, I want you to know how much I love you already! When did I start loving you? Do I begin in my early childhood when in spite of my stubbornness I have to obey my parents when they tell me to wash the dishes, clean the house and finish my homework and avoid…

Day 5: What do you want to be when you grow up?

“I would like to be a teacher!” The seven-year old me tells the 30+ odd-year old me. It fascinates me how I remember so clearly whenever some grown-ups back in the days would ask me this. I remember how I would always play the ‘teacher-student’ drama in one of our rooms-turned-makeshift-classroom in our old family…

Day 3: The Quiet Crucible of our Personal Private Sufferings

 “It is in the quiet crucible of your personal private sufferings that your noblest dreams are born and God’s greatest gifts are given in compensation for what you’ve been through.”~Wintley Phipps   I saw this quote again today when it appeared in my facebook memory. It is actually so timely because I have to admit…

Changing the Course of Your Life

The late Dr. Myles Munroe has made such a great impact in my life. The wisdom he shared in his books and preachings has brought brand new perspective in how I see my own life and how I conduct myself and treat other people. The other day, I published a blog about, “What is Your…

Search for Meaning

I remember when I was a little girl, I used to look at myself in the mirror and ask, “Why do I look the way I look?” “How come I don’t have blonde hair or blue eyes like my little Barbie dolls?” “How come I have to count 10 more years before I could become…

Life Without a Purpose

I have been meditating on this new daily devotion which I have just started reading. The book is called, ‘The Kingdom Principles’, written by a bestselling author, Dr. Myles Munroe. It’s always great to be reminded of my personal calling. I can’t deny that over the past few days I have been a little more…