About Me

So for those of you who know me, I guess you can say that the first part of my life is over. I’ve been truly blessed with a good run from a human point of view. Grew up in sunny Singapore, did reasonably well in school. Served the army and had a good career starting with video work, advertising and finally sticking it out in the online world as it evolved.

I met a great gal through an online dating site – Valeryn Choi Sl A. Got married and had a kid after some divine promptings through Church activities. But I guess all good things must come to an end somehow, and God took her home early with the modern scourge of breast cancer. I know she’s definitely up there in the light, for she has done her time and purified herself on this earth’s test of time. May her soul rest in peace.

This blog was previously largely a collection of thoughts and anecdotes on our struggles as a family with cancer and if you’re still interested in those elements, I managed to archive the old postings in a doc. Maybe one day if i have time, I can re-format this into something useful but for now this’ll have to do. Link – wp_posts

But God does work in mysterious ways, someone set me up on a date with L. We hit it off and the rest is now on our course to make history. And this blog serves as my memory of these events.

Sunday Gospel reflections.

Ever since I had a health scare in August 2019 and had a stent put into my artery, I’ve gotten closer to God spiritually as my mortality stares me in the face. So I’m trying to draw closer to this Catholic faith that I’ve been gifted with and I’m exercising my spiritual literacy and attention span by reflecting on every Sunday’s Gospel reading. I will admit its a mixture of my thoughts, with what I feel moved to say mixed with what I’ve heard in the homily of the day. So its definitely not all original thought, but a record of my reflections on the topic. I have since stopped after I covered 2 years of the liturgical calendar, you can read them here.

So welcome to my thoughts and recollections and feel free to drop me a note if you need to connect.

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