One popular cliche says “be careful of what you wish for, you might just get them all.” Getting everything that you want will either bring in curse or a spring of happiness. Either way, it is all about the new. Beginnings and change always go hand-in-hand. One has to go through change in order to …
Friends are extensions of ourselves. In this lifetime, we need people to help us get through whatever life throws in. Friends do not have to be plenty, they just have to be real. People who come in our lives have a role to play. Let us hope that those who come in have interesting roles …
The late Caitlyn Lucas, or Courageous Caitie, and her family showed us what death truly is: It is neither a monster nor the end, but a celebration of our loved one’s reunion with God in heaven, and their marriage to Christ.
Let us seize every moment. If today you feel like playing great party music while driving around, do so. If you want to reconnect with friends, almost everyone is just one call away. If you want a happier family, create new traditions and keep everyone involved.
I firmly believe that all religions are simply different cultures’ ways to commune with the One God. But more importantly, I also believe that these different systems should not serve as barriers, but rather as opportunities for dialogue, mutual support, cooperation, and moving forward together in the name of higher purpose.
The Personal Social Responsibility Commitment (PSRC) by the Benita & Catalino Yap Foundation, which promotes making CSR a lifestyle, echoes TDA’s own values. Click to read the Commitment in its entirety.
What is the use of arguing over something like sola fides when so many people out there need the help of humble and loving Christians who have the capabilities to grant said help whichever way they can? None. There is no point in debating about the letter of the law when the spirit of the law is clearly being taken for granted.