July 19, 2020 Wisdom 12:13, 16-19 Psalm 86 Romans 8:26-27 Mt 13:24-43 In every relationship we cherish, there is a pressing need to address the importance of being a better person. Of course, there are moments when we enjoy the company of those we truly care for. Yet, what often turns a relationship to a … Continue reading “Discontent, Weakness, and Growth” – Reflection for the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Today’s readings reflect on our LORD’s approach to violence and its role to our faith. We hear in the first reading the unfortunate fate of the prophet Jeremiah under King Zedekiah, wherein he was thrown “into the cistern of Prince Malchiah” and drowned into the “mud”. Why was Jeremiah thrown out and led into such … Continue reading Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (C)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGKY0rooB4A I am someone who gets fascinated by the subtleties of things, evoking me to lengthy, introspective reflections over them. When it comes to music, lyrics and meaning are one of those subtleties. I’ve had a couple of posts commenting on the songs I listen to, on repeat, at the given time. This time is … Continue reading “Enough to Let me Go” – Switchfoot
This day, exactly ten years ago, was the day when my life changed. No, actually it was the day when the whole dynamics of my family changed. But since I'm writing this entry, I'll put my own point-of-view of the story and I can't really write this on behalf of everyone in my family. June … Continue reading 6-10-2005
Parents understand that they have power of teaching their children, but do they teach them things that will truly matter to them?