Lately, I’m not doing well.
Continue reading “A GLIMPSE OF HEAVEN”
Most of my time, I stay in bed, I feel tired, I have head pressure, double vision, weak right arm, pain in my left arm, weak legs, sensitive pain on my face.
Yoo-hoo we MADE IT! 👍👏🎊
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Thank you everyone for bringing a smile on these children’s faces. Your contribution and generosity made and makes a difference.❤️
When Kayan visited me last month, one morning our conversation lead us to this:
Kayan: “…at the end, many will call God..God.., God I did this, God I did that. But God says: ‘I don’t know you’.”
After she flew back to HongKong. I was still digesting her words. I want to know what matters to Him.
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During my morning tea routine, I was thinking about the charity project we are currently organising. We are collecting donations to buy shoes for 157 school kids in Kalimantan (Borneo). My mind was occupied with how to find the best shoe distributor, the best company for sending them, and how to reach the our goal as cost effective as possible. As I was lost in my own mind, thinking of options, Tobias was smiling happily.
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On Sunday I attended a church in Karlsruhe Durlach for the first time. On Tuesday I received a phone call from them. The lady on the phone asked me how I feel about their service and if I’m interested to come again. Then, she asked me if I am a believer, when and why. I had a flashback…
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There are two boys, they are brothers and in their teenage years. In 2017, the younger brother had been fighting dipg for several months when the big brother himself was diagnosed with thyroid cancer that had spread to the lymph nodes. The unthinkable, both brothers fighting cancer.
The younger brother passed away that year. Now, the cancer of the older brother is progressing.
I read these news posted by a dipg advocate. There I also read and see photos of many children in pain, and remembering those who have passed away because they suffered from DIPG.
My heart is shattered.
Continue reading “THORNY QUESTION”
On the train, on our way back home from Berlin,
Continue reading “LESSONS FROM TRAIN”
me and Tobias were sitting next to each other, opposite other passengers, separated by a table.
Can kids navigate their way in London alone unsupervised?
Continue reading “GROWIN’ UP”