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Everyone’s Guilty Pleasure

Anyone who knows me knows that freshly baked, chewy, chocolate chip cookies are my guilty pleasure. Any notion of limiting my sugar intake flies out the window when presented with a plate of warm chocolate chip cookies. A guilty pleasure is...

“I wanted to see something great.”

WARNING: The following post features very graphic images. They are never used gratuitously and are essential to the point. But the shocking and jarring nature of this article could reopen some wounds and repeat the trauma of the NBA Finals to Golden...

Despite Me

God moves in you. God moves through you. God moves despite you. Yesterday was my wife’s tenth anniversary since she put her faith in Jesus and her life was transformed. She blogged about it here. Make sure you check out Part 2 as well! But this one...

The Convictions of an Undecided

The Philippines is holding National Elections on May 9. The campaigning has sometimes been informative and sometimes entertaining. But mostly it’s concerning to see and hear our candidates’ actions and how our countrymen respond. I’m undecided among...

What Forgiveness Sounds Like

It is a well-established fact among our family and friends that I love Les Miserables. I’ve even blogged about it a few times and am actually considering a short course, series, or ebook on the beauty of this story. While listening to the 25th...

Healing and Recovery

Last week was different from my usual schedule. I went for a check-up on Monday and found out that I had shingles. If you wanna gross yourself out, google it. Shingles is what you get when you get infected with the virus that causes chicken pox...

Who is They?

Just finished the movie, Black Sea, featuring Jude Law. It’s about a submarine captain who embarks on a mission for lost treasure, but the mission is jeopardized by rifts within the crew and the riches beyond their wildest dreams. From the...

Drama

This is something I tweeted before that I really believe but need to adjust. I said, Expect drama from family, sometimes from friends, always from soap operas. But drama at work is a waste of resources. This was inspired by a podcast by Andy Stanley...

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