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Nope, I’m not revamping the site. As much as I want to, I don’t have ample time within my hands to conjure up a layout. The last time I did a site lay was about 4 months ago, and I think I’m losing the touch.

What’s revamped, though, is my personality. Not my entire personality changed, but a huge portion of me did. Once again, I undergo a transformation even I can’t control. But still, I’m so glad about this transformation.

Last week, I left something to gain another. It is true what Ann Landers said in her article, that “we must lose something precious to gain another.” Lose some to Gain some. Finally, I became free from being a victim of Trust for a very long time. However, what I did and how I did it isn’t quite what a true blue Catholic would do, but still I’m happy that I broke free.

The overnight brought about the greater change in me. Just like what Rupert Ratio said, instead of getting clarified about my vocation, I got more confused; which is good, according to Fr. Roel, because now we have more options, and we would now be more critical in choosing the right option, unlike when we were unsure with only two options.

There were so many realizations I learned during the overnight.

Now I keep a journal notebook, or what I would like to call it, a Reflection Notebook. Through this journal notebook, I get to air out all my thoughts. Don’t get me wrong though, I’m still up and up with my blog. ^_^

I like what’s going on with my life right now. I’m more independent, and now I can appreciate every little thing that comes my way; the cold morning, the surprise quiz, the lonely kitten, the unwavering thoughtfulness of my mother, the car that passed by… EVERYTHING! I’m breathing the simple air of a magnificent simple life!

God is Good. (Salamat, Kuya Jess!)


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