I am a lazy bump. For the past 10 days I've stayed at my parents with my big belly - 34 weeks old. My ob-gyn told me to have a rest and take an off from work. I never had such a privilege since I got pregnant - and I think my baby feels relieved … Continue reading Lemonade, Anyone?
Author: Cicilia Evi
Poem: On My Knees
I look up to the sky - wishing for some clear blue sky But everywhere I look - I only see cobalt-like color sky I look down to the path I walk - wishing for some green pasture And yet - all I see is grey asphalt I look around - wishing for some brightness … Continue reading Poem: On My Knees
Poem: Bleeding Love
It’s been a long while since I wrote a poem. But today, I decided to give myself another go. Hope you all will like it!——I bleed for you, therefore I write this pieceI bleed for you, not because I ask for itI bleed for you, out of loveDeep inside your heart, you knowEven deeper inside … Continue reading Poem: Bleeding Love
We Are All Alone
I’ve read the book of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Come be My Light, a few years ago. At first I didn’t know what to expect from the book, but after I started – I was terrified. If you think I got some spiritual strength, you’re guessing wrong. I was simply terrified. In that book, I … Continue reading We Are All Alone
Leave Your Judgment Unto God
Once I read in the Bible that judgment is not our part, but His part. I didn’t understand back then, for I thought that we could freely judge others – because we have common sense and knowledge on what life should be. But I was wrong. When I judge others, I actually express who I … Continue reading Leave Your Judgment Unto God
Past-Valentine Love Stories
It may be a little late to write about my Valentine's Day, but I am going to write anyway. This year marks the 4th of knowing my husband. We met on January 2011 and got married on September 2013. But this year is the first time we celebrate Valentine's Day, well sort of. On the day, … Continue reading Past-Valentine Love Stories
Ash Wednesday: The Mess and The Broom
Today is the first day of Lent. Since a few days back I've been thinking to myself, what should I give up this Lent? I read some of my friends were asking the same question through social media. I couldn't figured the answer. Not until I hurt someone close to me through my expression. It … Continue reading Ash Wednesday: The Mess and The Broom
An Old Man and His Broken Heart
That day, when I walk home from my work, I saw you.You were so tiny and fragile. You laid there on the corner of the street, waiting for loving hands to carry you home. I was about to walk past you, pretending that I didn’t see you, little one. But when our eyes met, I … Continue reading An Old Man and His Broken Heart
Who’s to Blame?
I know one family of 3 children and their parents. Two of the children were born sick, they were unable to form the enzymes needed for digestion. Therefore, their parents had to buy special milk, which cost them three fold of normal baby milk. It was a struggle for them, but their parents never asked … Continue reading Who’s to Blame?
Love Story with God
This post is not written by me, but by my anonymous friend. He wants to share his feeling regarding his love to God - and everything in between. ---- "This is our love story How I learn to love you We meet daily Sometimes at lunch time Or dinner time But most of the times … Continue reading Love Story with God