Been awhile since I experienced this but today my heart was going at about 90-100 bpm for a couple of hours. Even during and after a nap. I sat at the dining table looking at both my Apple Watch and Polar chest monitor app going at 115 bpm for awhile. I was not in any … Continue reading Heart race
So when the New Year approached, I wore a holter monitor - essentially a portable ECG device for about 7 days. The doc was trying to see what drives my racing heart in the previous incidents in December. It was a little uncomfortable but at least it wasn't an invasive procedure. I finally got the … Continue reading And the beat goes on…
It's the last day of 2019 and what a decade it has been. Too many things have happened. Blessings as well as tests of faith. As I await the coming year, I'm all wired up with a portable ECG monitor. The recovery from the stent in August hasn't been that great. And what's alarming was … Continue reading Heartbeats
We celebrate the coming of Christ into our lives and into our hearts! No party , no present can beat that. May the peace of Christ always be with you ..
"Jesus, remember me, when you come into your kingdom" - This line was spawned by this week's Gospel events. I remember this catchy line which was turned into a meditation piece. The first time I heard it, I was confused about the context until I read the text and remembered its the words of the … Continue reading Remember me
This Sunday's Gospel speaks of testifying in apocalyptical times. Wars, earthquakes, famines and pestilence. Yet all these struggles of humanity have been happening since time immemorial. Christianity was born through a great struggle and persecution of the early fathers. They testified and the faith lived on. The atrocities continue to this day and age. Wars, … Continue reading Testify
This Sunday's Gospel tells us about the resurrection and about our rebirth into the new spiritual life when we leave this world. The answers were given because the Sadducees were questioning Jesus. Some of their beliefs were: There is no fate.God does not commit evil.Man has free will; "man has the free choice of good … Continue reading Second Life