TakeHome-ily: Open up for the Lord

From yesterday’s Gospel – I’d like to share a few reflections.

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Jesus reveals himself as the “bread of life”.  Majority of us have a hard time accepting this. But let us try to be open to the mysteries of God. Let us be open especially when it comes to our faith. 

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Kahit gaano ka ka-“ganda” (ang tao o bagay man) kapag sarado ka – hindi tutuloy sa atin ang biyaya ng Diyos. However good or beautiful you are (as a person/things/situation) if you are closed and not willing to share your life. You would not see the blessings of the Lord.

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Be OPEN for the LORD.

Open up – starting with these three concepts.

1 – Open up even your questions, even your doubts.

“Bulong ng bulong, kapag tinatanong ayaw naman mag open”. You keep on whispering/saying this and that – but when asked you don’t share and open up. Only to end up – you, start to share it to the wrong person causing it to become a “gossip”. Open it up to someone whom you think worth trusting and sharing. If you are a member of a community – open it to your servant/leaders or elders.

Open up not only your joys but even the dark sides of your life. Joy shared is happiness shared. Worries shared are lesser worries because someone else is praying for you.

 

 

2 – Open up and God will teach you

How will the Lord teach? Listen. Listen. Listen

Silent when written the opposite way is LISTEN. You can’t listen without silence. When you allow the avalanche of sounds and noise your emotions and thoughts – you might miss the message from God. A message that sometimes revealed through the silence of our heart. Stay open to silent moments. To prayer times – prayer time in just simply listening. Go to adoration chapels or have your silent prayer time.

 

 

3 – Be open that God is contemporary

Contemporarymeaning – belonging to or occurring in the present. (NOW. PRESENT HERE)

God is contemporary. He is present. He is with us. He is in our journey. He knows what we have; what’s our thoughts, our prayers and what’s in our heart.

Don’t look too far.

Don’t look far behind.

Because He is walking with us. He is here. He might even be using someone for you to open up. For you to share your life at. He could be the priest to whom you confess to. He could be that stranger in the metro, bus or somewhere else in an unexpected moment. Or He could simply be that family member, a brother/sister that both friendly or difficult to you. Step back and look at the situation in a new pair of eyes (the eyes of faith) – that God is contemporary. Everyday. Every. Moment.

 

 

By being open, just like opening your hand – you allow blessings to fall into it. You allow God to give you what you are supposed to receive.

Question: What is the “bread” that God is asking you to eat (or receive) today?

 

 

Whatever it is – look at it in the eyes of faith. Be open, be blessed and be God’s blessings!

 

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VW Series 001 – The SUN (Sunlight)

From VW Series Intro, comes series 001 – The SUN (or Sunlight)

Out of the original outline, I have personally came up with the concept of “how to take care a plant”… and thought of ways/words to compare it to the theme of being in a vineyard or farm. Questions like: how to make it grow? What will it take from being planted? to being pruned, rooted and eventually bear fruits…?

So I came up with these: the basics include the sun/sunlight, water, fertilizer and human. Praise God for guiding me and that I somehow managed to relate it similarly to the SFL Life verse from John 15.

This VW Series will now be focusing on these “remedy/cure” or ways on how to take care our own seeds: our spiritual needs.

Spiritual Need no. 1 : The Experience of the Healing & Empowering Love of God.

 

– Remedy –

SUN / Sunlight – aka GOD

 

How?

A. HOLY MASS

According to the latest survey – churchgoers tend to decline in the recent years. Majority of Catholics would opt to be  “Sunday Christians” and thus try to make Sundays (or Fridays for our case in the UAE) a date with God. Sunday/Friday Christian – how about the others days of our lives? A challenge to all Christians then is –  how are we going to maintain this relationship and commitment to Christ?

As much as possible, being physically present in the church is important – but in the event that you aren’t able, these Youtube channel will get us through:

Sambuhay TV Mass – they publish Sunday masses and other important mass days.

JesCom TV: The Word Exposed. Cardinal Antonio Tagle breaks down the First Reading, Second Reading & the Gospel + some reflections. 

Both channels also help us to get ready & be prepared once we are in the church. As they both give us ideas and overview on the day’s readings. But then again – let us all try to be in church and not just a TV/laptop viewer.

/// #InMyHeart💚 – In our case, we do both. A Saturday/Sunday mass + Sambuhay/The Word Exposed. 

 


B. PRAYER

Aside from our daily morning “Thank you Lord for this new day” and evening – “Thank you for today Lord”… do we actually spend time talking to Him? Are we able to protect that time to be with our creator? I’d like to suggest to find a time:

  • At least start with 5 minutes a day.
  • Put an alarm if necessary.
  • Show up and set it as another date/time with God.
  • From 5, build up to 10 minutes… Don’t know how to start? Use the ACTS method.

A – Adoration , open your prayer with adoration to God. Say your words of admiration for Him. That “Lord you are Great, you are faithful, you are a great provider” and more.
C – Contrition , follow it with a sorry – asking for forgiveness of our shortcomings, say: “Father, I am sorry for the things I failed to do for your glory. For missing the Sunday mass, for not following your commandments” . . . etc.
T – Thanksgiving. This time say your gratefulness. “Thank you Lord for this life. For my job, for the good health of my family” . . . and so on.
S – Supplication. Finally – here ask for the things you hope to have. Pray what your heart desires. “Lord, help me to be a good Christian, build my faith stronger. May you allow me to see you in every person I meet”. Or you may go specific with things like our daily needs. “Father please provide us with our daily food, keep my family safe”. . . 

And simply close it with Amen or a Glory be  . . .

/// #InMyHeart💚 – the Daily Gospel is a must – it has been a habit every since I joined the community. My very first social posts on social media is always about it. I get them on these links:

Kerygma Readings and Daily Gospel.

Make this a habit. Make this a daily affair not just when we need Him.

 

 


C. TEACHINGS/REFLECTIONS/RETREATS

Being in a community like CFFL (Catholics for Family & Life) or CFC-FFL gives us a constant session of teachings, reflections and retreats. It is indeed a blessing to be a part of this kind of family. There is joy in community life and there is a constant reminder of faith and love as we continue to grow in His vineyard.  So why not give community life a try?! 🙂

If you aren’t a member of a community yet – for sure our parish has some formation teachings – so why not grab that opportunity. Again, this one needs commitment for us to get nourished.,,, But if I am you – join CFFL 🙂

/// #InMyHeart💚 – I have been in the community for the past 8 and half or 9 years now and although it’s not one easy – bed of roses life – we chose to stay because we are patients that needs the Physician. In our early community days/years – we have literally followed the teachings by heart, even the hard ones. So far – God has been faithful ( I mean He is always faithful) – so probably _ I’ll just say and also  my constant prayer – is that Lord – may you see me and Kokobear faithful till the end of our days” Amen.

 

 

 


D. Other SPIRITUAL ACTIVITIES

  • D2 – Listen to the Radio/Podcasts :
    • Podcast: Catholic Answers  
    • FM Station : Spirit 105.3
  • D3 – Websites/FB/Youtube Channels/Pages :
    • Website: Catholicism Series 
    • Youtube & FB
      • Kape’t Pandasal,
      • Ascension Presents,
      • Jescom TV,
      • CFC-FFL Fliq Media,
      • Live Pure/ LP Tambayan
    • Pureflix (it’s a Netflix version of Faithbased movies and series)
    • and there are more to come… (Will keep this post updated.)
  • D4 – Books & Magazines
    • Tito Frank Padilla’s books: 40 days with Mary, Stories from Prison, Evangelization, 40 days of Servanthood, El Camino de Santiago, Fishers of Men and more.
    • CFFL The Vineyard Magazine (our Official Community magazine)
    • CCC (Book) – Catholicism of the Catholic Church
    • Why We are Catholic and other Catholic based books.
    • Of course – The BIBLE

/// #InMyHeart💚 – The above list are my personal list. 

All these will remain just an advise unless you ACT OUT! 🙂 Staying connected with God requires us to be faithful in being under the sun/sunlight for us to grow.
He is the sun. So we must keep on being shined upon his grace & love. Always, everyday & forever.

 

 

 

God bless,

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List of Christian Movies

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Yesterday, was the feast of St. Ignacio de Loyola and JesCom TV Youtube channel just played live his movie (with the same title) that was released in 2016. Coincidence or not – my thoughts keep on telling me to search for it yesterday and I end up watching the last 1/3 part of the movie. What a beautiful, inspiring and moving film! I can’t even find the exact words to describe it. I was in awe – my eyes watered. Now I wanna watch it from the top! (Crossing fingers to find the link)…


LINK OF THE TRAILER below… if you happen to know the full movie link, please share it 😀

IGNACIO DE LOYOLA (2016) TRAILER


And so therefore – I find it really important to share this list of Christian movies that is worth our time. There’s bunch and long long list of Christian Films that might not be on this list, but of course – it’s open for editing. 😉

This list has two (2) parts:

One (1) – movies that I have watched and then two (2) is another list of movies, I haven’t watch yet. 🙂

And – – – (cue in film clapper 🎬 ) in 3 – 2 – 1 – Action!

(Note: This list is on no particular order)

DONE WATCHING:

  1. Ignacio de Loyola (2016)
  2. Miracles from Heaven (my favorite Jennifer Garner is in this movie! ❤ )
  3. The Passion of Christ
  4. Son of God
  5. War Room
  6. Heaven is Real
  7. Silenced
  8. Risen
  9. Letters to God
  10. Facing the Giant
  11. Fireproof
  12. The Case for Christ
  13. God’s Not Dead 1 & 2
  14. Faith in Potatoes
  15. The Encounter
  16. The Encounter 2 (Lost Paradise)
  17. The Resurrection of Gavin Stone
  18. I can only Imagine
  19. PAUL: The Apostle of Christ
  20. The Letters (Mother Theresa’s Story)

📝 On the TO WATCH List 🙂

  1. Courageous
  2. A Question of Faith
  3. Where Hope Grows
  4. Woodlawn
  5. Touched by Grace
  6. Let There be Light
  7. Same Kind of Different as Me
  8. All Saints
  9. The Shack
  10. 90 Minutes in Heaven
  11. King’s Faith
  12. Faith’s Song
  13. Prayer Never Fails
  14. Only God Can
  15. What Dreams May Come (Robin Williams)
  16. Soul Surfer

I may forgot some of the other movies I’ve watched, so if you got something to add, let me know.

Will add it on my to watch list/done list.

Enjoy watching!

God bless!

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PS: I made this list as a part of the Resources page 🙂

VW Series Intro

VW Series Intro

OMG! A recent talk that I delivered for the CFFL-Singles for Family and Life – Dubai just gave me an idea for a new Blog Series to my FAITH-CFFL Category!

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VW means Vineyard Weekend. A pastoral track for the SFL (CFFL/CFC-Singles for Family & Life) 3 months after their Covenant Recollection.

Yesterday, I had the privilege to deliver talk no. 3 – Rooted in Christ and went over time with my talk that I felt I was in a hurry and didn’t give enough justice to my examples and recommendations.

So what’s the use of this blog if I can’t say it all! 🙂 haha now this idea came up! (ting ting ting! light bulb moment! 💡)

Disclaimer: VW Series is NOT a transcript of the talk. But if you want to get a copy/glimpse of that talk, check it out on my LinkedIn Slideshare account here.

 

VW series will be my personal inputs and recommendations of a certain topic related to this retreat. 

Now, my talk was about ROOTED in Christ.

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Being rooted in Christ means having a GOOD & STRONG FOUNDATION in our faith and being able to take good care of our Basic Spiritual Needs. 

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These needs will be the one that I will cover in this VW Series. VW Series 01 coming up!

This – – – happens to be just the intro. 🙂

 

God bless,

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CFFL/CFC Singles for Family & Life Dubai

This Week: Reminder

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Every person we meet in life is in a way or another a TEACHER. Some teaches us with the simple acts that will leave us thinking and wondering. Some teaches us lessons the hard way. #LearningToSeeWhatsTheLesson Click To Tweet

 

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Life's rejection is God's protection. #ABetterPlan Click To Tweet

 

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“Where can I run from your love? If I climb to heavens You are there”.
“If I fly to the sunrise or sail beyond the sea, Still I find you there”.

You Are Near, page 236, CFC-FFL Sound of Trumpets songbook”

#GodIsWithUs #LSS

 

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The above thoughts and reflections (also became my Facebook status) and tweetable are only three of the many “REMINDERS” God has bestowed upon me within this week. Made me think that there seemed to be a pattern for the whole 7 days. As I was contemplating on what to pray and be grateful for – for my nearly similar day-to-day housewife life, on a certain moment I get to be whispered by the Holy Spirit of these tap on the shoulder reminding me of these simple yet powerful prompts of God’s goodness. 

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He uses people to teach us something. 

There’s been a few encounters and I wanna share this simple one. I’m on in my 3rd week  love affair with Dubai Metro – a struggle to learn how to for a newbie Dubai resident like methat I even dreamt of this while I was on the airplane! When I saw 2 labourers asking for instructions where to go. They clearly had struggles. Good thing the person they asked was accommodating enough. Most people would snob them and probably ignore too. Thank God the man was helpful. Poor men, but then as one of the beatitudes in the scriptures says, “blessed are the poor, for theirs is the kingdom of God.” This simple spectator moment got me thinking. To be better understand, deal nicely and look at them in the eyes of grace. Continue to care even when they are difficult to love.

 

Refused for a better one

Life has so many rejections. Lately I’ve been receiving a lot of it. To be specific, job application rejections. Month after month after month I have piled emails of refusal emails saying a I’m not qualified or in a better tense saying they have hired someone else. But then this quote clearly shouted in my head “Life’s Rejection is God’s Protection” and indeed proven. I have a story to tell. In perfect time I’d be sharing it. For now let’s just savor the fact that He has a better plan for whatever “NO” that life throws at us.

 

To cap the week, comes our household meeting where once again another nudge came in.

Hey, JM I’m with you!

Sounds like a lyrics of a song right? But it is more than that. So there goes the lyrics of the song YOU ARE NEAR. Wherever we go, we may look up or down or sideways – God is here.  He is with us. If only we look at life in the eyes of faith, we will recognize God in the simplest things. “There is beauty in the ordinary.” Where are you now? Is a very manifestation that He is with you – for life is still yours. Mornings are my favorite examples of God’s presence. Seemed ordinary but actually a glory.

I thought this will be short, ending me to write a not-so-little sharing… 🙂

So, last week? 16 – 22 June 2018 – is a #REMINDERSweek

 

What do you have in store for me this week Lord?

 

#ExcitingRevelations

#Faith

 

 

God bless you!

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TakeHome-ily: On Readiness and Seeing Him

Today, I went for a Monday mass with my parents and the priest has a very basic yet remarkable homily.

He said:

Whenever we attend the mass – every Christian (Catholics most especially) HAVE SEEN THE LORD – we just didn’t recognize IT.

Have you seen Him?

Yes we have. We all have. Others may say we see Him through the cross. It’s correct, but what if there is no cross. How else do we see God during the mass?

We see Him, through the host. The host which other people may think – it is just a bread. A bread that others sees it as nothing. But the bread with the wine are two important things in life. We eat bread and drink (water/wine) to survive. These two are essential in living. As Catholics, we believed that the bread represents Christ’s body and the wine is His blood. In life, we don’t only eat, and eat and eat without drinking. We don’t drink, and drink and drink wihtout eating. These two must go together, without it we die. I love how the priest delivered it in the Cebuano dialect . . . “Pareho sa pan/bino – ang Ginoo, kung wala cya, wala pud kita. “Kung wala Ko – wala ka na” (patay ka na). (“Just like the bread and wine, without it – we will not survive. And as the Lord always says, without Him we are nothing). – John 15:5

The Lord sees us everyday. the question is, do we recognize Him?

We mostly fail to see Him in our day to day life – that’s why we fall into sin. Let’s be reminded, that the Lord is everywhere. In the mass, He is the host. Outside He is the neighbor that annoys you. At work, He is your boss or colleague that challenges your patience. He could be that noisy kid near you . . . God is everywhere. God is with us, He is Emmanuel.

 

Another take home-ily (homily) I had today is the common joke we often hear from priests.
He asked:

Priest: I have 2 questions: First, Who among you here wants to go to Heaven?

Crowd: Everyone raised our hands. ( 🙂 Smiling and seemed ready for the next question)

Priest: Very good . . . Now the second question. Who wants to go to heaven, – NOW?

Crowd: (No one raised their hand, including myself) – and a roar of laughter answered that question.

Priest: “Mao na di ha…Ngano man nga way gusto mo adto sa langit? If heaven has everything. If Heaven has it all, it has endless happiness?”. (That’s what we’re saying… Why is it no one wants to go to heaven? If heaven has everything. If Heaven has it all, if it has endless happiness?”)

Crowd: Silent, listening intently… (that includes myself again – asking the same and my mind was wandering why.)

Priest: No one wants to go now, kay ang tao daghan pa kaayo ug kabilinggan. Naa pa koy trabaho, naa pa koy pamilya, naa pa koy kini, naa pa koy mao ni – mao na. (No one wants to go now, because we still have some earthly concerns and things/people we don’t want to give up. I still have work, I have my family, I still have this or that. . . . )

He continued . . .

Priest: Naa di ay tay choice kung oras na? (Do we have a choice if it’s time?)

The very reason why no one raised their hands for the second question is because, we are not ready yet. You are not ready yet. Because IF YOU ARE READY – who would not like to go now? If heaven is a place for continous happiness, where everything is present – why not go now? Aside from the fact that we are not ready yet because of the things or people that we may leave – ARE WE ACTUALLY READY?” Examine your life and ask again, if today – the Lord will ask, come with me in heaven. Will you go with Him?”

 

Will you go with Him, thinking that you are ready?
Spiritually ready?
Have you lived your life for Christ?

* * * This simple joke from the priests maybe taken lightly by others, but going deeper than the usual, it is a remarkable reminder of how we should actually live our life. Living a life ready when He calls us. A life that we must be proud of – because you can claim that you have lived your life for the Lord. * * *
So the next time, the priest or a spiritual speakers asks –

Will you go to heaven? Will you go to heaven now?

What will be your answer?

 

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Let this be our Prayer:

Dear Lord,

Tonight, as we lay our body to our bed – may You allow us to be ready when you call. Allow us to offer our life for Your glory. If one day, you ask me to come back to you, make me ready. Ready for your call.

In Jesus name. Amen.

 

God bless,

 

 

 


Today’s Readings

  • First Reading: Acts 16:11-15
  • Gospel: John 15:26-16:4

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Faith : Misconceptions of Christianity

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I’ve intentionally prepared this blog for Easter Sunday!

When everyone else thinks of Easter egg hunts and parties or just simply going to church and complete an obligation, I on the other hand – have been contemplating another “faith-based” post that I haven’t done for a while.

A week ago I had a chance to deliver a talk (for the 2nd time with this topic) – CLS Talk #2 – What it means to be a Christian.

I want to focus more on the facts of misconceptions for all Christians/Catholics that many of us fall into the trap of understanding barely the actions, without contemplating what it really meant. So, the talk enumerates four (4) of them as follows:

[MISCONCEPTIONS] – Christianity is a:

  1.  A mere Religious system
  2. A mere Moral system
  3. A Social/Humanitarian system
  4. An Escape

Above misconceptions have been misunderstood, misjudged or shall we say a wrong thought that needs to be corrected.

Let me start by explaining why these are incomplete notions of our faith:

First, Religious System.

Majority of Christians nowadays think that our faith is a set of doctrines to believe in, some thing that requires memorization such as the Apostles Creed, Our Father, Hail Mary, etc. Sets of religious practices like going to mass, doing novenas, rosaries. Others do readings about God. Gaining knowledge about the religion or some do a lot for God. But the real question is, while all of these are correct and there is no wrong about them, do we actually understand why we are doing them? When we memorize a prayer yet not applying them in real life, knowledge becomes only up to our intellectual level. When we go to mass, yet an hour later we find ourselves angy, disappointed and wants to start a fight because of taxi or bus problems.

How do we align ourselves into this trap? These are incomplete labels for us – followers of Christ, that what we believe/do should be translated into our lives. These religious practices are ought to be “expressions of our faith” and not just a mere religious system. We do them, because in every relationship we have ways express that love. In our relationship with God, we pray, go to mass, do something for God because that is our expression of faith.

Second, Moral System.

People think of what is right or wrong. Don’t do this or that; do this, do that! Thou shall not kill, thou shall not steal, thou shall not lie – – – and the list goes on and on. When we look at our religion into this image – we see it as a legalistic faith. But it should not be! We do what is right and wrong because we are “expressing our love for God and His people”. Our religion should be life giving. That we do what pleases God and/or what makes our family, friends and brethren happy.

Third, Social/Humanitarian System.

Christianity most of the time is equated to being Humanitarian [Humanitarian – people/system that works to make other people’s lives better]. Also equals to people are good, kind, never get angry, all smiles and pleases everyone. While it is true, that Christians posess those qualities, we are also just human. Yes, we envisions our people to be better in all aspects of our lives and be able to claim that we are happy, good, kind people – we also have our own limitations that sometimes we fall into sin and not being able to cope up with this misconception and thus needs the Holy Spirit to guide us. We are not only the faithful in this earth, other religions or shall we say non-Christians are also good. Infact for us OFWs who have faced many different nationalities/religious people – they too are good.

Finally, an Escape.

Christianity is an escape in the realities in life, that this kind of faith is only for the poor, the weak and those who couldn’t cope up with life. But the truth is, we Christians are the strongest among many faithful, because our identity comes from someone who is indeed tough and faithful. That is none other than our Saviour Jesus Christ who has won our salvation right before we asked for it!

“This Easter, let us recall why we become Christians. Let us go deeper on meanings of these rituals/religious practices and understand that there is mission at hand. This reminder applies not only in this season but at all times, especially when we claim to be a follower of Christ. We are His warriors – His missionaries in helping our fellow Christians.”


Get a copy of my talk’s slide on this link: CLS Talk # 2.

God bless!!!


 

What I Learned in our 2016 Sri Lanka Trip

A question, not many would probably ask… most of the time, people ask about “How’s the _____ (country/place) – asking how’s the view, the experience, the food, sightseeing spots, the people and more. On this blog, I would like to answer this in a different perspective. I would like to answer this with what I truly learned and realized when we were in Sri Lanka – September of 2016.

Culture, Food, Places, People and more!
These are the common “what I learned” many would probably share. Indeed I learned about those different aspects of this place that used to be called CEYLON. So I’m skipping this part as I believe, if you have been reading my past blog posts you’ll learn what, where, when how etc… 

This Sri Lanka itinerary would help! So! What I learn about this 2016 Sri Lanka trip with Kokobear and Ate Amie is an eye-opening encounter with God!

Yes, you read it right, it was an encounter with Him!

We stopped by in a church near our hotel, took a few minutes riding a tuktuk to reach St. Mary’s Church. After getting inside, our tuktuk driver guided us to a chapel beside the church. We went down on the underground to their adoration chapel and on that room I have felt God.

I started saying my prayers. Distracted a bit actually because I could still feel the dust around the place as it’s totally new. In a blink of a situation I have started feeling my tears slowly drenched into my face. I found myself crying. My mind is empty, I say prayers no more. Nothing is playing on my head, but the thought of BEING BLESSED. Being blessed for being able to travel. That I have reached another part of the world and able to enjoy His magnificient creations. Able and having fun with my husband and friend. That not many can actually do this. Some may be capable but just don’t get the chance because of the different circumstances they are in. A few has enough money to splurge but don’t have the guts or probably don’t have someone to share it with. I say, I’m truly blessed.

Thoughts about comparing myself to others, thoughts of why we were denied in our last visa application and the questions on why here and why not in other chic places… were erased.

How do I thank God for this opportunity?

I know right? I could actually realize that while I’m in Abu Dhabi or in the other places I’ve visited – but I felt it in Sri Lanka. When I thought this is just a 3rd option to us, but actually this is the chosen place God has bestowed for me to realize how blessed I am.

Signing off all Sri Lankan stories with this blog post. Thank you Lord for such a lesson!

Read all my Sri Lanka series blog (and other places) on my Travel Log page!

God Bless!

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