Our lives are cups offered to each one of us, to drink both the good and the bad alike.
What Is the Holy Trinity?
The Holy Trinity is certainly one of the most unfathomable mystery in the Catholic Church, and may be considered as something non-sense, too complicated to take into belief—or even blasphemous by Protestants and non-believers alike. One of the most popular questions to raise against it is “How can God be three persons when the very … Continue reading What Is the Holy Trinity?
“Enough to Let me Go” – Switchfoot
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
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mclbmAXDDDU For the record, this is my second post about John Mayer, particularly a commentary on one of his songs or, I should, one of my favorite songs from his “Heavier Things” album: “Home Life”. John Mayer is perhaps one of those musicians of my generation that poetically sheds light on who I am. He’s … Continue reading “Home Life”
Why does God permit Suffering?
As a practicing Catholic, perhaps endowed by the gift of discernment, the whole theological problem of suffering is one that I have been obsessing over my head for as long as I can think of. It's a problem that cuts right deep into the soul of all, faithful and non-faithful alike. We all try to … Continue reading Why does God permit Suffering?
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