Why I’m Grateful For the Dark and Ugly Four Years

It was a rough week. Let me start off with that. Right after the poll I made in Instagram, I was ready to pour my heart again on this article. But my mind has shut down after that day and after a day and after a day. Three days. It was confusing. I've lost my …

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What Distance Taught Me

Noise. Toxicity. Have you ever felt the need to go in a place where no one knows you? Same. The previous five months have been both good and bad. But one thing is certain, I have been blessed to learn new and hard things; an example is what distance have taught me. If you know …

When It’s Hard to Obey, It’s Harder to Disobey

This sounds ironic but it just does make sense. Countless of times I have dealt with certain struggles that needed the grace of God to be amidst. For instance, honoring our parents, loving our enemies, and forgiving others and ourselves. All of these fall to the category of obedience to God. But absolutely, these are …

Christianity is a Personal Thing

The lack of fire, the lack of passion and the lack of love could mean dry season. Many Christians today, including me, have the tendency to blame others for the issues and problems we face inside the church. Name it: cliché sermons, exhausting (or toxic) church affiliations, gossips and "legalistic" leaders. Then we complain how …

A Time to Keep, A Time to Cast Away

It's the time of the season.     Graduation. Work. Board examination. Transitions. Changes.     As a fragile person that I am, it's that time where my fear creeps in. I've wholeheartedly embraced every single moment given, and every person perfectly gifted to me. Last December, my sister's friends asked what I was scared …