March 8, 2020, the Second Sunday in Lent. A reflection on John 3:1-17. “How can these things be?” (v9b). Nicodemus was a Pharisee, a teacher of the law but apparently, he did not know or understand what Jesus was talking about. I beg to disagree with some people saying that Nicodemus did not understand Jesus […]
My fourth poem… Cry when you feel like crying Don’t hide a face that truly angers Enough of the pains that keeps repeating Break free from the close-minded masters Cry when you feel like crying Until your heart will be free from all that filters And give yourself a break from pretending Then let your […]
Quick or Quit?
January 26, 2020, Third Sunday of Epiphany. A reflection on Matthew 4:12-23. “Immediately they left their nets, their boat and their father, and followed him.” (v20&22) How immediate was immediately? Brothers Simon and Andrew, James and John immediately left and followed Jesus. Why could this be? Can there be urgency? In her writing Fishing Economy […]