Safeguard Your Conscience, Special Assembly 2013

Safeguard Your Conscience, Special Assembly 2013

Last Saturday, May 26, we held our annual special assembly with the theme “Safeguard Your Conscience”. We received a lot of spiritual foods from Jah that day and we’re all very thankful. We had also bear in our minds and hearts that having a good conscience is possible as long as you train it in God’s word. It is very important to cultivate a good conscience for the Bible says “The heart is treacherous…”(Jer. 17:9) and it can influence our mind to think of things that are wrong to be right. 🙂

Here are some photos :

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Galeel and Frinz. They are my youngest sister and brother.

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Me and Galeel. She really kinda look like my ate in here.

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Frinz and me. 

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Frinz and me part two using the front camera.

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My brother Clark. He’s one vain man. Loller.

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I successfully put my niece to sleep. I love you baby Hermione (yes, from Harry Potter) and I miss you already! We look so maputi in here.

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Shhhh! The baby’s sleeping.

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During lunchbreak, Ingrid’s bestfriend, Alex visited us in our jeepney. Oh man! She’s one funny girl. Laugh trip to the maxxx. 😀

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Program’s over. We had to say goodbye to our family and I took this picture of Ingrid and Ate Krystel with Ingrid’s boyfriend hiding at the back making horns for these two. 

That’s it. Remember to safeguard you conscience!♥ Take care people. 

 

 

 

 

 

INOA

INOA

“It’s okay.” I have the tendency to say this when someone apologizes to me. Even when it’s not okay, I still say it. Why? Because I don’t want to push the situation further and further. I don’t want to make it worse than it has to be. But you know what? It’s not okay. What you did, it’s not okay and I’m not going to pretend that it is anymore. I know that sometimes it’s best to forgive and forget, but sometimes maybe it’s just best to forget.

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The Impossible

The Impossible

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Last Saturday night, I watched an amazing film called The Impossible as you can see it’s poster above. It was released last year (2012) and it was based on a true story which makes the film more interesting. 

The plot of the film revolves around the story of a family who visited Thailand for their family  vacation when a tsunami hit the island. I think the movie is entitled The Impossible because the chances of surviving the tidal waves are almost impossible yet the whole family stayed alive. I really liked the movie because it showed how strong a family bond can get even if they’re facing death. It showed all the sacrifice a mother and father can give for their children and how you can help other people even if it endangers your own safety. It made me value all the time I will spend with my family. It made me realize that your family is the greatest property you can have in this world and that showing kindness and helping people should not have limits. 

If you’re a late movie watcher like me and you still haven’t watched this film, you should watch it now or at least see the trailer somehow. You won’t regret it. Two thumbs up for the Impossible! :>

Hardest Words

Hardest Words

“How do you look at someone you love and tell yourself that it’s time to walk away?”

It’s really hard to say goodbye especially when you knew that deep inside you, there’s a part that doesn’t want to let go but you also knew that it’s the right thing to do. How will you choose between what’s right and what you want? How do you battle with your own heart? How do you do what’s right without tearing yourself apart?