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04 August, 2020 - Life

THE GRADUAL GOODBYE


Last month I found this plan in my bible app titled “gradual goodbye” by Welby O’Brien. When I read it, it took me back to what our family had to fight through up to last year. The lost of our dad has made this part, ”the gradual goodbye”, felt insignificant, hidden, and buried deep under; but in fact it is not, the messy middle between the start and the end of something is where . . . . .



12 December, 2016 - Healing

Walking Through the Valley


In my earlier years as a Christian, when a challenge hit my life, I find myself saying, “Lord, why is this happening to me?” However, as years progressed and I learned to behold more of Jesus through His Word, I find myself saying, “Lord, this battle belongs to You”, whenever a crisis or a challenge face me.


David wrote, “Even when I walk&n . . . . .



12 December, 2016 - Healing

Laughter is the Best Medicine


Melissa Breyer, an author for “Healthy Living”, shares what happens physiologically and psychologically when a person laughs. Here are just a few things it does:

  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Increases vascular blood flow and oxygenation of the blood


12 December, 2016 - Life

Breathe on Us


Have you ever been in a situation where it's too complicated to understand, too much to handle, too overwhelming to carry on? Where the pressure is real, the expectation is high, the deadlines are near. It seems like the weight of the world is on your shoulder. Your heart is beating fast, your breath is getting shorter "Something has to be done, yet I don't know what to do" 


12 December, 2016 - Healing

When You Have Enough to Crawl


Those days are still crystal clear in my mind. The days when I wished the earth could pause for a little bit. “Wait, let me catch a breath, is this for real?”  Everything seemed so surreal. My husband just died and everything else crumbled before my eyes. 

Waking up before sunrise every morning, I wished I could go back to sleep and sleep for a lo . . . . .



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