defaulting habits

Three times this past week I ‘wasted’ time because I was doing things out of habit instead of remembering that things had changed, however momentarily. By the time, I had done my hat-trick, that’s when the penny dropped, when it clicked. I realised the power of habits. Or was reminded of.

So working backwards from the one that sent the penny to the floor! Lol. Continue reading

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how to predict your future

Don’t you just wish you could predict your future? Sometimes that future is a near future, other times, it’s a far future. For any of the two, wouldn’t it be handy if you could just tell what that future is?

Well, you can. I’m here to tell you, you, to a large extent (especially of the things within your control) already do. Want to know how? Keep reading. Continue reading

take that trip

Have you ever been in a situation where you felt so overwhelmed that you thought your head was about to explode? Where things looked really grim and the thing at hand was just so important and life threatening or future life determining that you thought if you make a wrong move, the world might just stop spinning or you might just drown into nothingness?

No? Don’t worry, one is coming to a brain near and on you! Soon. Real soon! Trust me. Continue reading

fear the root

To be honest, I can’t remember what triggered the thought process that led to this post. But what I can remember is that shortly after I had briefly processed said thought, my brother played a short Joseph Prince message excerpt on YouTube for me. And I remember thinking, “that’s exactly what I was thinking in my head a few days ago.” Continue reading

Start, Middle and End

In the space of less than 10 days, I celebrated the life of a friend who’s now with Jesus and then a week later with another friend who now needs Jesus like never before . . . on the journey called marriage!

And while thinking on these things, I realised that it seems the three most common times in one’s lifetime when you’re likely to see the highest gathering of the people that matter to you, at least to a good extent, are Continue reading

Eternity’s Brief

Those two words seem out of whack put next to each other: eternity and brevity. Although they rhyme, they aren’t synonyms! I was thinking of a way to continue to honour the memory of a dear friend, who’s continued his eternal journey directly with Jesus, and to whom I wrote a tribute in my last post.

Recently, I listened to a message by John Bevere as he shared in Bethel Church about one’s life purpose. One of the things that stuck in my head was Continue reading