Another ‘single’ valentine

So this is for all the singles out there, you know, the ones without anyone to wish ‘happy valentines day’ to.

Don’t beat yourself up. Instead of complaining and sinking in self pity, I figured out why not make my true love smile today.

I could complain to Him about how He still hasn’t brought my guy home yet or,

I could try to make Him smile

So I wanna spend my day trying to make God smile.

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When the heart-eyes finally made sense

I finally understood what the heart eyed smiley meant!! Continue reading “When the heart-eyes finally made sense”

Mental day. Mental post.

Another ‘World Mental Health Awareness Day’ passing by.

With a staggering statistics of the burden of mental and behavioral disorders ranging from 9.5 to 102 per 1000 population in India, the risk is real, the cry is real. According to WHO, approximately one million people commit suicide each year worldwide, that is about one death every 40 seconds or 3,000 per day. For each individual who takes his/her own life, at least 20 attempt to do so. Suicide has a global mortality rate of 16 per 100,000 people. Now, that is disturbing.

It’s time to get the stigma out and speak out as it is really hell to suffer in silence.

To all those who wake up and do not wanna get out of bed,

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Song of the week: Eye of the Storm

Mmm, when my hopes and dreams are far from me
And I’m runnin’ out of faith
I see the future I picture slowly fade away
And when the tears of pain and heartache 
Are pouring down my face
I find my peace in Jesus’ name
In the eye of the storm (yeah, yeah)
You remain in control (yes you do, Lord)
In the middle of the war
You guard my soul
You alone are the anchor
When my sails are torn
Your love surrounds me (Your love surrounds me) 
In the eye of the storm (in the eye of the storm)

Because the Church doesn’t want to be “real”

It just breaks my heart when I read about yet another Pastor who committed suicide, yet another Christian fighting a secret battle of depression, yet another brother/sister struggling to hide the pain instead of seeking the help they very much need. All this is because of the taboo that it is ‘unchristian’ to feel discouraged, depression or fight temptations. All this because the Church ceased to address the “real”.

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p style=”text-align:left;”>Where did this taboo come from? Where is it mentioned that you have to put on a mask of joy and happiness whenever you come to church? How is it ‘unchristian’ to be real? Why does our churches encourage people to hide what they feel?

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