Stories and Reflections

Believe. (It Is Written In Your Palm)

While I wait for my rescheduled flight (I'm so used to these kind of changes every Christmas flight that I forgot how to complain and just now, I smiled and teasingly told the neatly hair-tied airline staff, "Don't I get to have at least a free burger for this?") I remembered one new year's eve,… Continue reading Believe. (It Is Written In Your Palm)

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Stories and Reflections

Unwrapping A God’s Gift (Lessons from Unwanted Travels)

This is at Bayfront Avenue I am writing from a bus, to a long journey to home. To say this an expected travel, is an understatement, it is an unwanted travel. This is how it happened; I am one bus stop away from home and has already walked around more 2km when I felt that… Continue reading Unwrapping A God’s Gift (Lessons from Unwanted Travels)

Reflection of A Woman

To “B” Found By Mr The One (My Concrete Steps to Becoming Bride-to-Be, Next to Praying)

As mentioned in my previous blog,  I mapped – out a five-year life plan last Saturday.I Mapped - Out A Five Year Life (Christ, The Deliverer and Liveloud Concert) I dared to plan after a year of praying and thinking. One of those big goals is to be married. Here's a truth. For years,I kept… Continue reading To “B” Found By Mr The One (My Concrete Steps to Becoming Bride-to-Be, Next to Praying)

Dear Ate B (Sister Asked; Benia Replies)

When You Instantly Know That He Is Not That Into You   (Reacting to Jimmy Fallon’s Interview With Nicole Kidman)

(Finding something meaningful in this post? Please show support. Please find the like and share button at the bottom and that will mean a lot of appreciation. ) In my bible reading of the gospel according to Mark, I encountered this verse again. This time it spoke to me in a different way. It spoke… Continue reading When You Instantly Know That He Is Not That Into You   (Reacting to Jimmy Fallon’s Interview With Nicole Kidman)

Dear Ate B (Sister Asked; Benia Replies), Reflection of A Woman

Sharing My Skin Care Routine (Dear Sis B) Feeling Beauty Guru

Dear Sis, What are your skin care routines? Thanks, Sister ----------------------- Today, I would like to share my passion of taking care of my skin and my joy each time I find a great beauty product. What I mean by a great beauty product is that it delivers its claims at a reasonable price. (I… Continue reading Sharing My Skin Care Routine (Dear Sis B) Feeling Beauty Guru

Stories and Reflections

My Most Fulfilling Moment #Ministry

(Leading Prayer Group Meetings) It was at that time when I said "Yes" to be a group prayer head in a Catholic charismatic community for singles. This Catholic charismatic community has small units of prayer group. This prayer group is called "Household" which is normally consists of 4-5 single ladies, so, that makes me a… Continue reading My Most Fulfilling Moment #Ministry

Dear Ate B (Sister Asked; Benia Replies)

Dear Sis B, A Family Member Is A Drug – Addict, What Would I Do?

That drug-addict is one of these: drug-addicted brother, drug-addicted father, drug-addicted cousin, drug-addicted sister, drug-addicted neighbour, drug-addicted uncle, drug-addicted classmate, drug-addicted childhood friend and the list of drug-addicts who are part of the family and community goes on. In short, drug-addiction is just part of a fact. The relationship that you have with this drug-addict completes that fact. For your case, he is your drug-addicted father.

Let us refrain from detaching ourselves to them by calling them plain drug-addicts.

Every one should remember that ever addict didn't come out to this earth alone. The drug-addict has a relationship. Let us always remember our relationship with them. Without remembering that relationship, we will tend to be harsh, violent and unjust to them.