Tag: healing

Confinement. Quarantine.

Same same, but different. For the whole of March 2020, I’m on a 28-day confinement for my post-partum. A Chinese practice common for mothers who just gave birth in this part of the world. Other Asians, like the Malays and Indians, have similar practices with 

CHURCH, CHRISTIANS, COVID-19

It’s a hot topic now. Even if the Christians don’t blame God, non believers will be quick to point out, “Where is your God?” God didn’t send out the virus, but Satan/Devil did. So it’s natural that the enemy attack Christians, God’s people. But this 

Contentment, fear and faith

CONTENTMENT In the midst of crisis, the one thing you will look forward to is the simple rhythms of life. The desire for normalcy to return. Once you’re out of crisis, you deeply appreciate the moments of a mundane life. So while you are in 

With Wuhan Coronovirus Virus

Seen: Baby boys killed. So Pharaoh commanded all his people, saying, “Every son who is born you shall cast into the river, and every daughter you shall save alive.” Exodus 1:22 Unseen: Baby Moses was saved among the killings and even got the best resources 

Hubby was in Hospital

I want to write more. But I take a long time to draft and edit a post. And now, I sorely lack time and energy. Moreover, as I grow older, I start to censor my private life more when I write in public. Even then, 

Days after I was Discharged from Hospital: Tuberculosis (Part 3)

If you who want a summarised version of my story and recommendations for medical concierge and financial advisor, refer to my previous post, “I have Tuberculosis (Part 1)“. If you want a detailed account that precedes my discharge, read “Dreadful Hospital Tests and Stay: Tuberculosis 

Dreadful Hospital Tests and Stay: Tuberculosis (Part 2)

If you who want a summarised version of my story and recommendations for medical concierge and financial advisor, refer to my previous post, “I have Tuberculosis (Part 1)“. As mentioned in that post, I wrote a super detailed account for myself to remember the fateful 

I have Tuberculosis (Part 1)

I wrote a super detailed account for myself to remember the fateful week. Lest I forget. It is also for family and friends who care to know what happened to me and prayed over me. Also, for empathetic souls who want to put themselves in 

Life’s Short

I’ve so many drafts in my mind that I want to flesh out and publish. But other things seem to take priorities, and writing took a back seat. My recent life lesson from God: Life’s unpredictable. Life’s short. No matter how well man plans, life