Category Archives: Homo sapiens

No ‘it’s alright’

I had a pretty bad Wednesday morning this week. The eye clinic at the hospital was unexpectedly crowded, so mum and I waited quite a while for her turn. The waiting wasn’t that intolerable, but I guess the simmering within … Continue reading

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Hope

A few conversations with friends some months back (that’s how long I took to finish this post) revolved around the topic of hope, and a verse that’s not so familiar in particular popped up, intriguing me: Hope deferred makes the … Continue reading

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Do not judge, or you too will be judged

Some recent highly publicised criminal proceedings stirred up some thoughts on my own propensity towards sin. As gossips and comments went rife both online and offline, some were quick to pronounce guilt and judgement on the alleged perpetrators. Somehow, I … Continue reading

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You want to make a memory

When I was in my teens, I felt invincible, invincible in my youthful energy. A year would pass and time felt so slow that my youth felt like forever. Well, those years are now far behind and now time seems … Continue reading

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An attempt to understand ‘Why we lie’

I picked up this book ‘Why we lie’ by clinical psychologist Dorothy Rowe because, well, I lie. I was quite a chronic liar when I was young, telling fibs to my parents about not given school homework and cooking up … Continue reading

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Laziness

We tend to brand ourselves and others as ‘lazy’ when tasks are left unfinished even though we could do something. But an article by Dr John C. Maxwell helped me to understand that sometimes it’s more of procrastination. Dr Maxwell … Continue reading

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