Archive for April, 2014

what’s good thi…

what’s good thing having blog… it’s your own world.. unlike the other social network, but if someone discover your blog you suddenly want to change it.. but unfortunately, can’t..

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Psalm 91:4…

Psalm 91:4

what a night…

heavy rains. detour. traffic. flood. counter-flow.

I just did what I have supposed to do… Please please please, no more wake up call around 2, 3, 4 in the morning its been a week already. Give me some good rest. Thanks.

Love seeks to understand (18) / Love studies (164)

How blessed is the man who finds wisdom, and the man who gains understanding. – Proverbs 3:13

A house is built by wisdom, and it is established by understanding; by knowledge the rooms are filled with every precious and beautiful treasure. – Proverbs 24:3-4

Study them. Read them like a book you’re trying to understand.

Ask questions. The Bible says, “The ear of the wise seeks knowledge” (Proverbs 18:15). Love takes the initiative to begin conversations. In order to get other people to open up, they need to know that your desire for understanding them is real and genuine.

Listen. “Wise men store up knowledge, but with the mouth of the foolish, ruin is at hand” (Proverbs 10:14). The goal of understanding someone is to hear them, not to tell them what you think. Even if someone is not very talkative, love calls you to draw out the “deep water” that dwells within them (Proverbs 20:5).

Ask God for discernment. “The Lord gives wisdom; from His mouth come knowledge and understanding” (Proverbs 2:6). Things like gender differences, family backgrounds, and varied life experiences can cloud your ability to know someone’s heart and motivations. But God is a giver of wisdom. The Lord will show you what you need in order to know how to love someone better.

 

Consider the following perspective: if the amount you studied someone were equal to a high school diploma, then you should continue to learn until you gain a “college degree,” a “master’s degree,” and ultimately a “doctorate degree.” 

Some of the problems we have in relating others are simple because we don’t understand them. They probably react very differently to certain situations than we do, and we can’t figure out why.

These differences – even the ones that relatively insignificant – can be the cause of many fights and conflicts in any relationship. That’s because, as the Bible says, we tend to “revile” those things we don’t understand (Jude 10).

How to read a person like a book

How to read a person like a book

 

A book my cousin bought.

A Traveler

It’s like we are riding a bus that every station someone is going down to go where they’re heading and some would just take their ride that would join the other to take the route with them. No one can tell how long we will be together in the same bus. No one can tell if we will ever cross our path again if one take his/her stop to the next station and leave us. All of us just want to savor what we have for the meantime. Took a lot of memories so that when we take another bus, we have our stories to keep for, share, reminisce what/who we encounter during our trips.

Everyone here in the world is traveler, we across them as passerby, stranger, needy, friends, relatives, family and so on.

Thanks for the ride. Hope you enjoy yours. 

 

*I want to continue, but I’m not just in a mood to finish it. Will finish it soon, once I’m get back.