Why God Never Intended For Us To Fly Alone

Your Daily Dose of  *Motivational Quote * Inspirational Quote* *Happy Life Quote * and Success Quote* t o help you through your day with a positive frame of mind. (This post contains Affiliate Links:  Visit the  Disclosure  Page for more details:) WHY GOD NEVER INTENDED FOR US TO FLY ALONE A famous quote coming from Adam R. Holz (Daily Bread Author) says; Together we stand firm when life's headwinds gust our way together . Does this quote resonate well with you? We have witnessed nations like South Korea, Japan, Singapore, and Denmark were quite successful in their efforts to contain the global virus. When people from nations are united, they can achieve positive results despite life’s headwinds such as covid-19  that took the lives of people by the thousands daily. But when people play the blame game, the repercussions are just too enormous. The system that was thought to be stable, strong, and envied in nations have failed. Even nations w

Thank you Year 2103

       Year 13 was so kind enough. What used to be unclear since 2010 when i decided to come home started to get clearer this year. My 2011 goal frame work is now in  motion and starting to become a reality. Thank you for the support of some who believed in my capacity and thanks too to those who doubted and continue to be a challenge. There is nothing more difficult than to be trying my best to re establish in a birth place but have been away for at least 25 years. The culture shock and the realization of having to return and re establish at an age when one is supposed to be made. A distinct disadvantage for a returning OFW.
       This year  i have encountered a family member, an in law or a friend who are not in the best of health, then i always (everyday) give thanks to our dear lord for the good health. When i think of the victims of calamities nationally and globally and looking at the faces and tears of their loved ones, i thank  our dear lord  (everyday) from sparing me from such tragedies. There was a moment when i was busy in my kitchen and overheard from a news program of a housewife in tears as she lost all the members of the family in Tacloban. My tears wanted to drop on the food i was cooking. How life can be so hurtful at times like these.
Katedral (Baguio City)
Katedral (Baguio City) (Photo credit: ~MVI~ (warped))

       There are moments i cannot believe that i am back in this mountain city , when i was used to be living within different cultures. When one day in June of 2010,  i felt something was not right anymore about Egypt, and trusting my gut feel i disposed all my belongings and apartment with the help of my very dear Egyptian friends and left my second home of many years by August of the same year.

      As i continue to learn about life, I never stop learning. I continue to polish my present craft as a  professor in one of the leading university in the city. There are temptations and offers to join the corporate world. I leave these options to our Lord , he knows best. I have proven this to be true lots of times.
     I continue to pray for a fruitful and productive year 2014. I know there will be challenges. As always i have faced whatever challenges comes in. I also learned two things today ( Christmas day). One, I can never depend on people who seem to ask about my welfare but in all honesty there is no sincerity in sharing even a small blessing. Two, i should learn more not to be too trusting on people who love to multi task. When i give my time to be accommodating but in the process i am just part of the mult tasking, then it really is not healthy.

    Nevertheless, i do not complain, i do not whine. I enjoy the simple things in life what ever  the Lord offers.

    Merry Christmas and all the best for 2014.

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