I’ve been seeing posts from social media about mental health issues like depression – how it causes someone to kill oneself. Contrary to what many would say about depression having no signs or triggers, I believe there’s an inward struggle that needed to be recognized. Many people are fighting battles we know nothing about. They … Continue reading Breather
We all make mistakes. We all have those moments that we wish we could redo. How marvelous it would be if life had a rewind button that allowed us to travel back before a mistake occurred and live the moment over again. We tell ourselves that this time we’d get it right. Many of the … Continue reading We all make mistakes
Trouble won’t throw me Won’t break me Won’t scare me No more Fear must have thought I was faithless When it came for my heart ‘Cause I got a song that will never die I know Your love is the reason why I’ll sing the night into the morning I’ll sing the fear into Your … Continue reading Rehearsing the Promises
It's my birthday! Yay! And I know some of us regard birthdays as a new beginning. Ok, so now it’s time for you to face the beginning of a brand new additional year to your life. Can you believe it? It seems like you’ll never reach this far and now you’re here again trying to … Continue reading Birthday: A new beginnings
I am sincerely humbled and delighted to be invited as a guest speaker of my Elementary and High School Alma Mater. It has been a great opportunity to be able to speak in front and share my life's challenges when I was studying. I decided to also publicly post my actual-unedited speech into this blog page. … Continue reading K to 12 Learners: Ready to Face Life’s Challenges
What if saving a life was as easy as wearing a watch?
Every betrayal by someone we love is a taste of what Jesus felt on the Cross.
Crazy how the years go by, We're approaching our mid 20’s and it almost always feels like a battle against time. I did not expect you to be this good. You have brought me into the blues and the greens, the seas and the mountains, you allowed multiple ways to ‘detach’ and seek comfort in … Continue reading Dear, 23 year-old Mae
As eager as you want to write when you are happy that’s how much you have to write when you are sad. Your passion had to go somewhere. Your suffering has to be good for something. After we experience a loss, we tend to focus on what we no longer have. As a result we … Continue reading HOW I MANAGE TO BE GRATEFUL
The first try was not easy; I could hardly stand without holding the edge. I am afraid to fall and get hurt. Then after one hard fall I can finally move my feet and walk on ice, moving from one place to another and feeling the wind whip though my hair. Then, I fall again. … Continue reading Managing to sweat in a freezing cold rink