Browsing All posts tagged under »Prayer and Spirituality«

What My Facebook Friends Don’t Know About Me

August 16, 2015

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I have a toxic relationship with Facebook. It is the bane of my existence. I go off it several times a year and for weeks on end. But I always come back. What I know is, the time off from Facebook, finds me happier and more productive. I feel proud of myself as I am […]

The Best Religion in the World

December 14, 2014

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Most people know the best religion in the world: THEIR’S! To me, most religions seem like competitors in a high-stakes championship. I am going to try and summarize all the issues I have with religion in as little space as I can, considering each of these would be (and are) epic-sized theses on their own. […]

The Outcome of Education

December 4, 2013

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When we think about education, we immediately think about a few things – literacy, school, degrees, professions and money. If you’re somewhere in the U.S., you’ll be thinking student loans and debt as well. After all my experiences, now when I think of education, I think of quality of life, civic sense, open-mindedness, cultural sensitivity, […]

How I Turned Around A Crappy Day

November 24, 2013

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Originally this post is supposed to see me bullet-ize my whole day. I love bullet points, but I also feel like I need a reason to bullet-ize! I have been having some interpersonal issues with a couple of people since a few days. It got to a point where even an innocuous text message from […]

My Introduction to God in Spanish

June 16, 2013

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I spent the last week in the small, remote village of El Progresso in El Salvador. I was part of an 8-member team from Willow Creek Community Church, Chicago, that went to work on a school project in this village in the mountains, untouched by Facebook or the internet. Working at this school came close […]

Had a Bit of Mom Today

August 11, 2011

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This post was originally written on April 14th 2011, while I was living in Ann Arbor, MI. Never posted it. But today I can. So here. _________________________________________ It’s been so long since I lost mom to Alzheimer’s. I was very young. I barely have any happy memories of her, with her, about her. But she […]

Do You Have 5 Minutes?

May 25, 2011

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“I am not as spiritual as you!” These are words I have heard most often in the last few years. A lot of us are unhappy in our situations. A lot us would like our lives to change a little bit. We put in all our effort to make something happen and then it just […]

The Praying Ego!

February 20, 2011

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The only thing that holds me together is prayer. In the last few years, I have seen how praying has helped not just Roberto and me, but I feel our prayers have helped many, many, many people. This post is an example of how I began to put my faith in prayers and God. As […]

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