Tuesday, December 18, 2012

I Still Miss You

I've talked to friends
Talked to myself
Talked to God
I prayed like h*ll
But i still miss you
I tried sober I tried drinkin'
I've been strong and I've been weak
But I still miss you.
I've done everything move on like I'm supposed to
I'd give anything for one more minute with you
I still miss you....

footnote: archive lyrics and song

Monday, October 8, 2012

Words of Wisdom... after a life's long and dark storm

True that. As they say, "live life as if it's your last. Time is really precious. Spend it full of love and compassion.
TRUE. maybe that's why it's called a keepsake. lol!

TRUE. Tupac Shakur is right, the sun will always shine after the rain. It's not always happy, it's not always sad. Life is a constant change. But remember, it will always be brighter. Just give yourself a chance - start with a gentle push.. :)

I really like Oprah, she's such a positive person, always grounded even on top of her success. Someone to look up too. 

True again. Everyday, there's always something, someone to be thankful even those people who hates you - thank the universe for sending them to you. Because through them, we became stronger and worth loving for.



quotes are from google. to the original people who posted these quotes on google thank you. :) credits are for you.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Second Chances?

How many second chances do we receive from God? I'd say infinite times.
Whether we commit mistakes as high as a mountain, God will always find a way to put our life back on track. Patience may test our faith but keep going. 

Last night, I came across Joel Osteen's   preaching about problems and difficulties on TV and it hit me right on spot. I've been consumed by my past mistakes and poor decisions that I didn't have time to close the past decade's chapters, it's because my attention have been focused on these negatives. I've been praying that God will help me forget the things I've done but to my surprised He didn't. He instead made me realized that I have to accept what it was and to fully surrender myself to him. He reminded me how beautiful life is ~ only to see that I've imprisoned myself to the people who doesn't appreciate my gift of love and the wrong reasonings of my humanity. I'm still struggling to reverse my mind on those negatives and shifting them into positives thoughts. To me it seemed very distant but I know I'm getting there. The development I have so far is that I've pointed out what exactly I have to work more of patience into. It's not easy but I know "If God is for me, who can be against me?" Everything isn't just a departure, the unsurpassed arrival is yet to come. I can't wait to see my heavenly sent happy ending.***

Here's a poem I wrote (copywrite), enjoy!

Monday, February 20, 2012

Forgiveness and Resolving Resentment

*Forgiving Others

God has chosen you and made you his holy people. He loves you. 
So always do these things: Show mercy to others, be kind, humble, gentle, and patient. 
Get along with each other, and forgive each other. 
If someone does wrong to you, forgive that person because the Lord forgave you. 

Bitterness is its own prison.

The sides are slippery with resentment. A floor of muddy anger stills the feet. The stench of betrayal fills the air and stings the eyes. A cloud of self-pity blocks the view of the tiny exit above.

Step in and look at the prisoners. Victims are chained to the walls. Victims of betrayal. Victims of abuse.

The dungeon, deep and dark, is beckoning you to enter . . . You can . . . you know. You've experienced enough hurt . . .

You can choose, like many, to chain yourself to your hurt . . . Or you can choose, like some, to put away your hurts before they become hates . . .

How hoes God deal with your bitter heart? He reminds you that what you have is more important than what you don't have. You still have the relationship with God. No one can take that.
(He Still Moves Stones)

*Resolving Resentment

Whoever forgives someone's sin makes a friend,
bit gossiping about the sin breaks up friendships.

All of you should be in agreement,
understanding each other, loving each other as family, being kind and humble.
Do not do wrong, and do not insult to repay an insult. 
But repay with a blessing, 
because you yourselves were called to do this so that you might receive a blessing.

Resentment is the cocaine of the emotions.

It causes our blood to pump and our energy level to rise. But, also like cocaine, it demands increasingly large and more frequent dosages.

There is a dangerous point at which anger ceases to be an emotion and becomes a driving force.

A person bent on a revenge moves unknowingly further and further away from being able to forgive, for to be without the anger is to be without a source of energy.

Hatred is a rapid dog that turns on its owner.

Revenge is the ranging fire that consumes the arsonist.

Bitterness is the trap that snares the hunter.

And mercy is the choice that can set them all free.
(The applause from heaven) 


*Archives from the book, GOD's Inspirational Promises by Max Culado.
Max is the only author to have won three Christian Book of the Year* awards—in 1999 for Just Like Jesus, in 1997 for In the Grip of Grace, and in 1995 for When God Whispers Your Name. In 2005, Reader’s Digest magazine dubbed him “America’s Best Preacher” and in 2004, Christianity Today magazine called him “America’s Pastor."