The demarcation between the spirit and physical world is called “chasm”. The ability to freely communicate between the two planes will be given to every humankind, when the time comes, which is the “endtimes!”Read more "CROSSING THE CHASM (endtimes!)"
The day of the Christening of the giant light that illuminate and give energy to the earth, ” Sun’s Day !” May light eternal, the Spirit of God Almighty whose brightness is more than a million suns, fill and overwhelmed the universe… Amen!Read more "SUN’S DAY!"
Project… Have you ever considered yourself as a project, or program? You are a part of the process for continuity of the survival of life, or in Gibran’s words “Life’s longing for itself” How best have you availed yourself for this project? As you are, do so also… Create projects and programs that will […]Read more "Project…"
What Do I Post? I don’t have anything on my mind, but I want to make a blog post! Today is Sunday, everyone knows it, so it’s not a news! A lot of Christians will go to Church, so obvious! I wish there is something unique I can post… I’m not in a poetic […]Read more "What Do I Post?"
WHEN CHANCE DECIDES; It Will Be A Matter Of Place And Time! “I have observed something else under the sun. The fastest runner doesn’t always win the race, and the strongest warrior doesn’t always win the battle. The wise sometimes go hungry, and the skillful are not necessarily wealthy. And those who are educated don’t […]Read more "WHEN CHANCE DECIDES; It Will Be A Matter Of Place And Time!"
After The Rain! After The Sun!! They say “After the rain comes the sun” I say “After the sun comes the rain” Long days of thirst and dryness Forest and desert both lifeless under the glaring intensity Then comes those refreshing drops Mountains, rooftops and the streets Beautifully washed Birds chirping Frogs croaking Cows mooing […]Read more "After The Rain! After The Sun!!"
The Eagle It was 40 years of glory gone Alone he sat on the mountaintop Thirsty, weak, and hungry Despised and scorned at by all and sundry Still he sat The wind came, the rains, the cold, all threatening […]Read more "The Eagle"