Category: Life

Profitable skills for young people

When you’re young, time and energy are your currency. Use them to learn and master skills that will help you gain financial independence. And even if, eventually, you land another full time job, extra skills will be handy for a side hustle. Remember, one… Continue Reading “Profitable skills for young people”

Quiet Gratitude

I choose to practice quiet gratitude. I am not the type to exclaim “Thank you Lord” on social media. I am not inclined to say ”Thank you God for the blessings I don’t deserve.”, or ” God is so good to me.” Of course,… Continue Reading “Quiet Gratitude”

The hidden blessings of childlessness

One of the biggest heartaches that a person can experience is not having a child when you really want to be a parent. It causes so much emotional pain—-not only because your personal desire has not been granted, but also because of the insensitivity… Continue Reading “The hidden blessings of childlessness”

Till debt do us part

Are you tempted to borrow money to have a special pre-nuptial shoot or a grand wedding reception? Don’t do it! You are putting your relationship at risk. A scroll on your Facebook and Instagram feed will make you feel envious of that couple who… Continue Reading “Till debt do us part”

Middle Age woes

Forty. That’s generally accepted as the start of middle age. And it ends at 60. This is a difficult and challenging period. Here are the reasons. You are starting to have health problems. Your body starts to feel the impact of the unhealthy lifestyle… Continue Reading “Middle Age woes”

Natural phenomena and our interpretation of the Bible

Volcanic eruptions. Massive earthquakes. Severe storms and floods. Widespread diseases. Are these things happening because they are written in the Bible? No. These phenomena have been happening for hundreds of thousands of years—even millions of years. Geologists, archeologists and scientists have confirmed this. On… Continue Reading “Natural phenomena and our interpretation of the Bible”

Your Bright Ideas Are Useless

Ideas are common. It is execution that is rare.

Snippets:Of plane crashes and culture,friends

Is there a correlation between plane crashes and culture? A knee-jerk answer would be NONE, but it turns out—-there is. The culture, or at least the upbringing, of the co-pilot will have a critical role in times of emergency. If the co-pilot was raised… Continue Reading “Snippets:Of plane crashes and culture,friends”

Jan.1 Snippets

I can keep my new year’s resolutions for just a week. So I just stopped making them. I will definitely get rid of procrastination—-starting tomorrow, or maybe the day after that. Who knows. Dated planners are almost always a waste of space and paper.… Continue Reading “Jan.1 Snippets”

Dreams as the genesis of organized religion

One theory about organized religion is that it started from dreams. Imagine ancient humans, tens of thousands of years ago. As these hunters and gatherers lay their tired bodies inside a cave, they fall into sleep. Then, they start dreaming. They see absurd visions… Continue Reading “Dreams as the genesis of organized religion”

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