Sunday, November 24, 2013

Enjoying the Present

Post written by Raymund and Denielle Tamayo

We’ve heard these following clichés: Saving the best for last. The best is yet to come.

There’s nothing wrong about having hope for the future. Actually, we need to have it. We need to hold on to the promises and plans of God for us (Jeremiah 29:11) so we can live more fully and without fear.

But let’s not forget that the best can also lie in the present.

Monday, November 18, 2013

7 Life Clichés That Are All Lies

Post written by Raymund Tamayo
I’m sorry for such a bold headline, but these are just points that I’ve discovered in my own life.

Being 34 years old, I humbly admit that I’m still a long, long, long way in reaching my true potential – I still have a lot to learn is certainly an understatement.

For the purpose of listing them down and saving them for future reference, here are some clichés about life that I’ve come to realize as lies:

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

A Lesson on Self-Worth

Post written by Raymund Tamayo

From a scale of one to ten, ten being the highest, rate your self and the random person nearest you.

In other words, if you will put a value on yourself and to that “other” person, from one to ten, what would it be?

Epiphany: Anyone who answers less than 10 from either or both items will have serious problems.
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