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Sungkeman

As the nuance and the joy of Eid Mubarok have not over yet, here I would like to share about one tradition of ours (Indonesian) during this celebration instead of wearing new clothes and eating too much . 375 more words

Celebration

Daily Mass: Good Life Choices

Something was weighing heavy on my heart this morning. My friend brought me to Mass and Confession this morning.

The priest basically told me to stop worrying about what was bothering me. 106 more words

Catholic

At the Bookstore

Sitting on the floor,
so slender and boyish,
huddled over an open book,
your thin fingers turning pages,
you don’t see me watching,
remembering when I was you… 84 more words

Poetry

A few things I've learned, pt 3 - Running TO Him

“I’ve learned to run to Him in my brokenness, failures, frustrations and disappointments, rather than away from Him in shame, regret, confusion or anger.”

It goes all the way back to the beginning of man.

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Encouragement

8/1/14 - Coming To Terms

Last night was my night with the kids, and Hunter knows our son won’t leave the house during the week. She texts and texts about offers and celebration for his great completion of summer school. 1,145 more words

Divorcing A Borderline Partner (BPD) Daily Journal

The refusal to forgive chains a person to the past

A relationship with God is like a Baroque music composition: there is a point (what God must do) and a counterpoint (what we do in response). 668 more words

Faith

Lesson 2: Your Past Doesn’t Have to Define Your Future

Europe sure loves its history.

This may be related to the fact that they’ve got a lot more of it than we do.   Or you could argue it is because their best days are behind them.  512 more words