Monthly Archives: February 2017

A time to walk humbly

All sorts of things are happening around us — things that didn’t happen before — such as the Jong Nam assassination and the abduction of a pastor. Why are such things happening in our country now? That’s a question that … Continue reading

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So, what is love?

Valentine’s Day is over with, I’m sure, more than half the world not bothering about it, since it’s more a western cultural occasion. But, to those of us who are aware of it, it is a good day to think … Continue reading

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Car safety tips

A friend sent some info about safety in cars which I’ll paraphrase here. It seems the headrests of cars are deliberately made detachable and sharp to break open the glass of car in case of fire and emergency. The glass, … Continue reading

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Making our homes safe

It really is tragic when families die in their own homes, perhaps, needlessly. I am referring to the couple and two sons who died in a fire in their home in USJ 2, which is the section opposite where I … Continue reading

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A health tip — affirm yourself!

The other day someone shared about a psychological problem and it took me back to a session I had with my therapist a few years ago when I, myself, was dealing with some anxiety and depression-related issues. At that session, … Continue reading

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