We've been pretty blessed as a family not to have been hit by the virus til this day. But alas, over the weekend, the boy felt a sore throat on the Friday, tested positive on the ART kit and spent the day in bed with a slight fever the next day. L's journey was documented … Continue reading Covid-19
Last night was the first time the Landings community met up face to face since the pandemic started and everything pivoted to Zoom, including church meet-ups. I was tasked to play guitar for the opening praise session and it was just three songs which were not particularly difficult or stressful. But at the end of … Continue reading Here we go again ..
In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus teaches us how to pray the “Our Father”. It has truly deep theological ramifications if you think about it - He is literally saying God is your Father. Not like hinting or giving a euphemism or metaphor about how God is like our divine parent etc It is clear as … Continue reading Our father
I recently picked up on an old hobby idea I was always keen on, but kept holding back so as to de-clutter my life - vinyl record collection! Have always and will be a music fan, and when CDs came into the picture in the 90s, I actually gave away my small record collection of … Continue reading Vinyls
Gospel reflection : John 16 : 12-15 When I think of Trinity Sunday, I’m reminded of these lyrics: “No way can we understand the meaning of his plan Because God is to big What box could we ever build that could hold His will? Because God is too big, Yeah!” Some say the most puzzling, … Continue reading God is too big, yeah!
Mum tested positive a week back. She had already been coughing really badly for three days before the ART indicated the virus was present. I checked out the protocol from the MOH website and told her that she didn’t need go go see a doctor unless she was really ill or breathless. The government had … Continue reading Mum’s Covid Episode
This week marks a sad week for humanity.
Gospel reflection Luke 6 : 27-38 Max was a colleague-turned friend over the years. He was friendly and was generous, always buying a round of drinks to colleagues after work. To the point that some of us were concerned about his spending habits. Then he fell in love with a girl from a strange country … Continue reading Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me.
Thanks to the wonderful Ascension Press team (and definitely aided by the Holy Spirit!) that put together the Bible in a Year podcast with Fr. Mike Schmitz this year, I’ve finally finished reading through the whole Bible for the first time in my life! As with most folks, at some point in our lives we … Continue reading Bible in a Year – 2021
Picked up where I left off in my childhood and started skating again. Realised its a pretty good cardio workout and just short bursts of half-hour skating sessions are enough to wear me down. Been teaching the boy how to skate and he seems to enjoy it too. Now we can easily bundle the four … Continue reading Skateboarding