“Oh, hey, you are my suite-mate!” was the first sentence to the first friend I met at Timmer dorm in Kuyper College premises. 11 years have passed and we have been there for each other at different stages of our lives. There are some friends with whom many days, several months or years will have passed between conversations, but at every encounter, it will have … Continue reading I Bet You Don’t Have a Friend Like Mine!
I have a brother! I tell people that I have no brother but three lovely sisters. When I say “I have a brother,” then that can be confusing to some people. Let’s keep it this way: he, in fact, is a cousin, born from my mom’s youngest sister. I, yet, like to call him my little brother. Calling him brother gives me an immense sense of … Continue reading I Have a Brother
The English title of this short video “One Photo a Day in the Worst Year of My Life” caught my eyes when I saw it on YouTube. This looks like a selfie project, I’m not certain. However, the description of the video seems to be a real story. When I pasted the title in Google Translator, it detected two different languages. So, it’s either Croatian or Bosnian. … Continue reading Help Her Before It’s Too Late
I woke up this morning with a heavily pounded head. Migraine is crippling me now and then. Standing straight definitely helped but lying down or inclining backwards or forwards did not help at all. Please do not tell me how it is like to have headache if you have not experienced a migraine ever. Only people with migraine can understand what we go through. Consequently, … Continue reading A Significant Gesture That Swelled Up A Father’s Heart
#YesAllWomen This is the epitome of how women are abused and violated for no reason. A reason for assaulting Tanka Maya in this case is that she allegedly lost or hid the key of her husband’s motorbike! Even if she had lost the key of the motorbike, it is inhumane to inflict such a pain on her. Beating her is driven by a bastion of … Continue reading End Domestic Violence: Unveil a Coward Hiding Behind a Veil of Machismo
As of today, I have changed thousands of diapers (nappies in Europe). This was unimaginable act for me until I became father for the first time. Changing diaper, especially, has taught me to reflect on how God has loved me thus far. At present, I need to change diapers only on my daughter, since she is just 7 months old. My two boys are well potty trained. … Continue reading Changing Diapers Has Taught Me About This Love
Few days ago, I posted a picture of me cuddling a little baby on Facebook with the same status as of the title of this blog post. Thereafter Facebook notifications popped up every time I logged onto my account. Friends “Liked” it. None of them might have known that I meant it when I wrote that. We just welcomed a new year and the year … Continue reading This is the Best Thing Happened to Me in 2013
At the age of twelve she was subject to sleep with a man much older to her. She gave birth to four kids and numerous miscarriages in between. The last baby, they mutually decided to abort to speed up the process to fly to the US. She had wanted to use birth control as numerous pregnancies and kids one after another was getting to her … Continue reading Woman Finds Her Liberation…..
Divorce, in terms of its effects in the psychological and social developmental process of children and now-adolescence, is widely discussed in our society. So the significant numbers of short and long-term researches have been done to find the scope of its effects. Still many research studies are underway. However, the findings of the research studies are not largely answering the unresolved questions whether divorce can … Continue reading The Effects of Divorce on Children and Adult Well-Being
This morning, I was too moved to reflect on my relationship with my wife after hearing a sermon and testimony of Dr. Robertson McQuilkin online. Below is the link of Dr. McQuilkin’s sermon and testimony about his marriae. He was the president of Columbia International University until 1990. He is also a public speaker, author and a former international church-planting missionary. During his successful tenure as president for 22 years in … Continue reading Until Death No Matter What