Dear Sis B, Why God seems to be unfair? What is wrong with me? I grew up without a father. My boyfriend of 5 years just left me without explanation. My second boyfriend who proposed to me backed – out and got hitched with his friend. Is this the price that I have to payContinue reading “Dear Sis B, Why God Seems to be Unfair? What’s wrong with me? #seriesofheartbreak”
While I finalized the letter to a man the other night, I can’t help but think the stories of heartbreak of women caused by fear, confusion and distraction of men they spent time with. (Dear Bro, Faced with too many options? Just choose.) I must admit, too, that I had to stop my feeling ofContinue reading “Why We Need To Guard Our Hearts (You Are Worth It, Sisters)”
Dear Sister B, I really want to settle down and have been looking around. But I can’t find someone for me. Please help. Brother B Dear Brother, May the peace of Christ be with you. As to most men I know are men of few words, I will try my best to keep this letterContinue reading “Dear Sis B, I Have Been Looking Around But Can’t Find Someone For Me.”
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.
When things are going in my way not according to how I desire those to be, encourage me, Oh Lord. When job applications do not seem to merit employers’ calls, encourage me, Oh Lord. When the business is cutting – down on manpower and overhead cause, encourage me, Oh Lord. When medical reports seem toContinue reading “Dear Lord, Encourage Me, Thy Servant”