Seeking balance…

Here, I share my 2020 thoughts around finding the balance I seek.

Appointing your days

Happy New Year!!! Welcome to 2018. In Psalm 90, Moses wrote a very famous verse, “Teach us to number our days O Lord that we may have a heart of wisdom.” Does it mean that we should realize the limited number of days we have on earth? Yes. But I have come to realize that… Continue reading Appointing your days

The Unwanted Guest

It was one of those public holidays and I was sitting with a group of friends fiddling with my mobile phone when a video ad popped up. It had a loud narrative and I was shocked out of my skin because I had never seen it prior to that time. I quickly excused it, and… Continue reading The Unwanted Guest

Jerusalem to Antioch

I remember a cousin from way back; she wanted to study medicine and got admitted to study microbiology. She was unable to switch courses after the first year so she finished her first degree. She was exceptional and graduated top of her class and there were conversations around getting an M.Sc. and building a career… Continue reading Jerusalem to Antioch

But Daniel…

It was my birthday two days ago and I’d like to thank everyone who reached out to me. WOW!!! I am overwhelmed by the show of love and truly feel underserving. I am immensely blessed to have you all celebrate the ‘Stupendous Grace’ of God and the gift of life with me. Thank you!!!   ‘But Daniel… Continue reading But Daniel…

The Cycle of Life

I once heard about a survey carried out in a nursing home. The senior citizens, many of whom were close to death were asked if they had any regrets and the results revealed that most of them were unanimous in their regrets, some of which are presented below:  They regretted not taking enough risks They… Continue reading The Cycle of Life

“How are you doing?”

“Hello, how are you doing?” That is often a conversation opener or something we say when we meet people at first and for many of us, one question we generally do not expect a response to. Well, that assumes that we are beginning a conversation in the first place and not barging in on them… Continue reading “How are you doing?”