I had the privilege to hear a little history lesson on the Cathedral at a Landings session and we learnt that for a Church to be elevated to "Cathedral" status, it literally needs to contain a physical chair which is the Bishop's seat, and no one else can take that seat. This is reminiscent of … Continue reading Take a seat
This week's Gospel speaks of the narrow door which we are called to enter. Strangely or maybe not so strangely, narrow arteries came to my mind. This past week has been pretty reflective for me. What is God asking of me? Am I lacking in some area of my life? Is there a new thing … Continue reading The narrow door
What a week! The drama began on the Tuesday after I got back to work and sought my office GP for a referral letter to see a cardiologist because of the chest discomfort. To her credit, she told me to escalate the matter to the medical conceirge to make sure I get an appointment that … Continue reading Heartfelt story…
I will bless the Lord who gives me counsel, who even at night directs my heart. I keep the Lord ever in my sight: since he is at my right hand, I shall stand firm. You are my inheritance, O Lord.
Today will mark the beginning of a new life. After the past two days of drama of rushing myself to see a heart specialist and getting warded immediately, a CT scan shows a 99% blockage in the left artery. This was done yesterday morning. Guess it finally confirms the breathing difficulties and tight chest symptoms … Continue reading Hello. Goodbye.
A rare long weekend presented itself with National Day being on a Friday and Hari Raya Haji coming on the Monday. So on Sunday, we took the opportunity to check out the famed Treetop walk at Macritchie Reservoir as I had never been on it. There were a sea of people in the trails as … Continue reading Highs and Lows
Today the nation celebrates 54 years of independence and also a bi-centennial of the founding. Wonder what the next 50 years will be like here. Climate change threatens to create more weather chaos. Inequality may push our next generation to the brink. O well, all we can do is to pursue our own personal best … Continue reading Happy 54 Singapore!