Tunnel Vision?

Lately I’ve been wondering if people with tunnel vision, those who are locked into one way of thinking are likely to actually miss the right road. I’m wondering this because some have so openly closed their minds to any new opinions. More and more I feel we need the help of those who can enlarge … More Tunnel Vision?

The best you

Our attitudes colour our whole personality. We can’t always choose what happens to us, but we can choose our attitude towards each situation. The secret to a cheerful heart is filling our minds with thoughts that are true, pure and lovely. Thoughts that dwell on the good things in life. This can be our secret … More The best you

Chew the hay

Let’s face it. Nobody likes to be corrected. Some of us avoid it like the plague. But if we carry on with this trend, we will go through life learning painfully and slowly. So a word to the wise. Should we decide to take it. Let’s get over ourselves. We don’t have to agree with … More Chew the hay


From innocent childhood queries to complex university discussions, life is filled with questions. Asking how and why and when, we probe beneath the surface to find satisfying answers. But not all questions have answers wrapped and neatly tied. These unanswered questions create more questions. Doubt in some. Some choose to live with their doubts, ignoring … More Inspired

Ignorance not bliss

Something really interesting happened to me the other day.. I found an old scented candle I had. It still smelled pretty, I knew it was synthetic but I lit it anyway, left it in the kitchen and went upstairs. About an hour later the perfumey scent filled the whole house but I developed a headache, … More Ignorance not bliss

One Good Choice

As I walked the streets of London in the early evening yesterday I saw homeless person after homeless person sleeping or begging on the cold concrete floor. My heart immediately ached for them. I said, Father, there are so many homeless people here.. He said nothing, but only gave me a heart of compassion for … More One Good Choice


I just read about Isaiah having to walk around butt naked, a humiliating experience btw.. for three years, as directed by the Lord. (Is. 20:2) You know what, I am encouraged. Lol. Yeah! Encouraged. At times, God may ask us to do things we don’t understand. What do we do? Pretend we didn’t hear Him. … More Cheeky?

Humble Perspective

Pride results from overvaluing ourselves and undervaluing others. It leads to restlessness because it makes us dissatisfied with what we have and concerned with what everybody else is doing. It keeps us always hungering for more attention. By contrast, humility puts others first and allows us to be content with God’s leading in our lives. … More Humble Perspective