Time to Change

This long weekend has been a blessing to me. I have attended my cousin’s wedding in Batangas. I am also able to catch up on reading books, newspapers and even long overdue Merlin episodes, Farm Heroes mobile game and Alhambra board games with my family and relatives.

I am also reflecting on what happened in my life these past few days, these past year and even years previously. So many experiences I enjoyed and people I’ve met. I have been in the ups and downs of what it is to be a Christian, a millennial or just a risk-taker that I am. I have saved and spent. I loved and lost. I learned and still learning. And I am still struggling…

Recently, I am in a lot of stress as my boss resigned from work. I also found myself in another financial mess. I also cannot hide the fact that I am also looking forward in studying yet another course after completing my graduate studies. Oh, I am really everywhere if you can say and I can only find myself awake every time my father reminds me I am getting nowhere.

It has been a year now since I started my state of life discernment. This journey is opening oneself to which road (single-blessedness, religious or married life) is the best and would glorify His name. It is more like knowing this God who wants me to trust Him on everything. It will be two months from now and we must decide (both Him and me) on which road to choose and it is still not easy.

I will do it differently this time and I will run…

Athlete's sports shoes on a dirt track.

P.S. I would like to thank Elyssa Lopez for a great article in Inquirer last April 25, 2017 for the inspiration. You may enjoy it here.



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