Tag Archives: Goodness

The Olber’s Paradox

Today is Earth Day. I feel a deep spirituality whenever I look at Nature. This quotation from Gerald Manley Hopkins always tend to remind me of this feeling that God is in Nature:  “The world is charged with the grandeur of … Continue reading

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God, Being God

Watching the sunset gives me deep and almost heavenly feeling. It is the end of another day, something that should bring about sadness as most endings do. But sunsets leave me with a sense of wonder and reverence at the … Continue reading

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I believe I have been a generous person; although I am sure that there would be some who would think otherwise. I have given out of my blessings and fullness. I have also believed that one cannot give what one … Continue reading

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Goodness And Faith

There is a lot to marvel about these days: in technology, sports, culture and even business. Even in everyday life, there is a lot to marvel at: people serving others, children learning and growing, families pulling through difficulties, the sick … Continue reading

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Love and Marriage

“Love and marriage, love and marriage Go together like a horse and carriage This I tell you brother You can’t have one without the other.” ~ The Chairman of the Board Soon, we will be celebrating a big wedding in … Continue reading

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In His Time

Jesus said to his disciples, “Things that cause sin will inevitably occur, but woe to the one through whom they occur. It would be better for him if a millstone were put around his neck and he be thrown into … Continue reading

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Rejoice And Be Glad!

Rejoice and be glad! ~ Matthew 5:12 Today is the Solemnity of All Saints. Growing up, I thought or imagined saints to be people with long faces, morose-looking and spending endless hours in solitary prayer. Many of the saints I … Continue reading

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