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Thanksgiving 2024 (School)

Thanksgiving 2024 (School)

11 Jan 24 It’s been years since I went to a prayer meeting. Today I went, and I’m thankful for that. During the Thanksgiving/testimony segment, two ladies were tasked to share. “What would I share if I had the chance?” I thought. Then my past 

Pray for the Israel–Hamas war (2023)

Pray for the Israel–Hamas war (2023)

My initial thought was, “This might happen to Taiwan.” My hubs’ initial thought was, “This might happen to Singapore.” And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the 

The Close of a Season

The Close of a Season

I had so many spiritual downloads during my recent trip to Taiwan. My spirit is full. My heart is full. I am bursting to share, but the peace to pour all out is not yet. Fourteen years ago, I took a 3-month long solo trip 

Life of Inefficiency

Life of Inefficiency

I was sitting in the dark, holding Joy’s hand to sleep with one hand and swiping my phone with the other. Suddenly, I felt so lousy. “Why can other mummies don do so many things, but I can’t?” Then God enlightened me. I’ve got limitations. 

Worry and Hope

Worry and Hope

I’ve heard about the downside of worrying, like what Newt Scamander said in the movie Fantastic Beasts, “Worrying means you suffer twice.” Or how worrying prolonged your suffering to start earlier than it should. Or how worrying makes you suffer for nothing when in the 

Bread of God

Bread of God

God spoke much to me through the bread-making/inner healing workshop at Panis The Village. So I asked my hubs to attend. He returned home with the bread and kept saying it wouldn’t be nice. He had made a mistake and added too much flour to 

Watercolours as Therapy

Watercolours as Therapy

A TCM consultant recommended I pick up drawing/painting as a way to relax. I was not too sure if I had the time and interest to do a class. Just so happen, I was looking for an illustrator and found myself inclined to watercolour illustrations. 

The Perplexing Hope of Jesus

The Perplexing Hope of Jesus

I couldn’t pinpoint my feelings during this Good Friday weekend until I saw the title of Dr David Jeremiah’s sermon on YouTube, “The Emptiness of Easter.” That gnawing feeling of emptiness. Or perhaps that restlessness. I didn’t feel extra spiritual this weekend, and that made 

Thankful

Thankful

Thankful today because I feel like I’m kinder to myself. Usually I would be full of regrets and beating myself up after such situation. Thankful today because I feel like I am more graceful over my own mistakes and shortcomings. Perhaps I’m starting to accept