Monthly Archives: October 2013

No True Joy Without the Cross

Last Thursday was the Jog-athon Day at St. Clare School.  Jonathan completed 31 laps. Jane managed to do only 12 as she scraped her knees early on in her jogging. The theme of the event was “Give Joy! Get Joy!” … Continue reading

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Friday Flashbacks and Flashforwards

More and more these days, I come to a fork on the road And I am at loss on which path to take. I have simplified much of my life that choosing should be easy. Still I come to a … Continue reading

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The Paradox and Challenges of Being a Christ Follower

The restless agitation on one hand and the extreme boredom on the other in people today are symptoms of a deep longing and hunger of something beyond material goods and possessions, an emptiness that cannot be filled with fleeting and … Continue reading

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Detachment and Eternity

Try to hold on to a moment and it is gone forever. Never to come again and never ever to be enjoyed. Live the moment and just relish it And it is captured and saved for eternity Etched in the … Continue reading

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Minima Maxime Facere

Among the joys and blessings of living in this day and age are the many options available to people. There are so many jobs available today that were unheard of when I was studying in college. Who would have thought … Continue reading

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