I wrote this on the passenger seat while driving to Frankfurt airport. My aunt is going home to Jakarta after spent a wonderful week here in Germany.
I share with you a thought from 2 years ago, which it reminds me again about the essence of life, that is love and be grateful.
Today is Easter Sunday,
celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.
This means that
our greatest enemy, death, has been conquered;
our sins are forgiven and we are made right with God;
that Jesus Christ is the Lord of new beginnings, new days, and new lives;
that the promises of God come true in Jesus Christ;
that the gospel is to be heralded far and wide;
that God’s unconditional love for us is stronger than death;
and there is hope for us,
as Jesus said, “Because I live, you also will live”.
HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE! 🤗 ❤️
::: A Facebook Memory from 2 years ago
21 April 2017
It’s too often that we take things, life included, for granted each and everyday.
Life is fragile; it’s stable, then flashes right before your eyes – chronic disease, accident, tragedy. Makes me realize, and hope you too, how fragile really life is. Anything could happen at any given moments.
The essence of life, for me is love and be grateful. Everything else just an add-on, like money or working. At the end of the day, all we have are experiences moments and people to enjoy them with.
What will you do in the life remaining?
As for me:
- Thankful for each morning, for amazing feeling wake up beside my husband.
- Spend time being happy. Not wasting it for senseless negativity.
- Never save anything for special occasion, because being alive is special occasion.
- Love unconditionally, and accept being loved.
- Treasure family and friends, cherish every moment.
- Live meaningful life
It is a part of life – we’re all going to die one day. Our time is limited.
Once we understand the real essence of life, we see life truly is the most beautiful gift and will appreciate our life and grateful for what we have.
In the end, really it’s not the years in our life that count. It’s the life in our years.
I wish you good health, love, luck, success and lasting happiness. 😊☀️❤️
“Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?””
John 11:25-26 ESV
::: UPDATE ABOUT ME
1 Year 11 Months Post Biopsy
Midline Pontine Glioblastoma/DIPG Grade IV
There’s no major change with my symptoms. But since yesterday I felt I mumbled, speech isn’t clear, and head pressure slightly worsens.
Emotionally, I am happy. I really enjoyed wonderful time with my aunt.
I will receive the 6th round of avastin chemo on Wednesday, April 24th.
Thanks for keeping me in your prayers 🙏
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