A Love Letter to A Woman (No Woman Deserves To Be The Other Woman)

Dear Woman, How have you been? I purposely went to your direction, to the regular place where you seek rest. Others may see your task that you do alone to be unexciting but I know this is your time to be alone with your heart and escape after a tiring encounter to keep an affectionContinue reading “A Love Letter to A Woman (No Woman Deserves To Be The Other Woman)”

Dear Sis B “Going to Mass On A Date, How Should I Look? “(Part 1)

  Sister: Dear Sis B, I’m seeing this man and I invited him to hear mass with me on Sunday. How should I look? (For this day, let’s address the physical part, the easiest one to prepare.) Dear Sis, May the peace of Christ be with you. Every woman whatever stage of life she isContinue reading “Dear Sis B “Going to Mass On A Date, How Should I Look? “(Part 1)”

Of Saturday Morning and Love Prayer

Dear God, my Lord, Thank You for the past week, for the things I’ve done and still are in progress. I look at that past week with gratitude knowing that everything done in love is done well and I can rest my mind in peace knowing I did everything in love, with love and forContinue reading “Of Saturday Morning and Love Prayer”

Dear Sis B, When To Give Up? (Finding The Desire of Your Heart Worthy of Good Fight)

  Dear Sister, May the peace of Christ be with you.I can sense your frustration but be not because the feeling of frustration will only be for awhile but the grace of the Lord is endless, as our Redeemer lives! (Job 19:25-26) Where is the heart in your question, sister? A few years ago IContinue reading “Dear Sis B, When To Give Up? (Finding The Desire of Your Heart Worthy of Good Fight)”

Dear Sis B, A Family Member Is A Drug – Addict, What Would I Do?

That drug-addict is one of these: drug-addicted brother, drug-addicted father, drug-addicted cousin, drug-addicted sister, drug-addicted neighbour, drug-addicted uncle, drug-addicted classmate, drug-addicted childhood friend and the list of drug-addicts who are part of the family and community goes on. In short, drug-addiction is just part of a fact. The relationship that you have with this drug-addict completes that fact. For your case, he is your drug-addicted father.

Let us refrain from detaching ourselves to them by calling them plain drug-addicts.

Every one should remember that ever addict didn’t come out to this earth alone. The drug-addict has a relationship. Let us always remember our relationship with them. Without remembering that relationship, we will tend to be harsh, violent and unjust to them.