On the 30th day in December 1952, a special baby was born into this world. That baby grew up to be the most dashing man I have ever met, and I have met many. That baby became a source of joy and encouragement to the people that crossed his path. That baby became a brother, [...]
20 Years and a Legacy
It seems like no matter how hard I try to keep up with my writing on Alethea's Mind, there still come moments of silence. These moments are not bad in themselves as I spend them on other assignments, but I'm grateful that I can always come back here and feel like I never left (WP [...]
Like the waves of the sea . . .
To No One’s Regret
Jehoram was thirty-two years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem eight years. He passed away, to no one’s regret, and was buried in the City of David, but not in the tombs of the kings. 2 Chronicles 21:20 There are verses in the Bible that give me chills. This is one [...]
Every day is Father’s Day
Inspired by a conversation . . .
Something About My Dad
Written by my mum . . .
Happy Birthday Dad . . .
Lessons from a Big Baby #1
These lessons cover various aspects of life and living, and some might have absolutely no meaning at all . . .
Something about my mother
But one day, this woman looked me in both eyes and said: "You and your brothers are the reason I'm still here". Heart. Stop. I think I felt guilty. But then I didn't understand. My guilt should have been gratitude instead.