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Realizations By Two Girls In Their Quarter-Life Crisis

March 19, 2014

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Earlier today, my best friend Kitchie and I took up another discussion from Ellen Miller‘s “The One Year Book Of Inspiration For Girlfriends: Juggling Not-So-Perfect, Often-Crazy, But Gloriously Real Lives.” We discussed “One Breath Away From Burnout: An Unfulfilled Spirit,” parts 1 and 2. The discusion was about how Ellen Miller realized that, as her […]

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HE Will Never Fail You

January 9, 2014

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Some people list down resolutions at the start of the year. Others just plunge into the year without much thought or hesitation. For me and my church, we pray and fast. This has been one exercise I’ve appreciated over the years. I’ve listed down those things that I’ve hoped that God would make miracles on. […]

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Pray & Fast For The Philippines

September 17, 2013

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The Philippines is undergoing such trying times right now, that it’s easy to fall into fear or despair. Most of us are enraged and disappointed at the depth of the corruption that is being exposed in the Philippine Government, via the Napoles and PDAF scandal. Others are crestfallen at how so many lives have been […]

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How Fear Cripples

September 5, 2013

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“If one thing stands in the way of creative expression, it is fear.” This is a line from the piece, “The Paralysing Effect of Fear,” an entry in the book “Creative And Christian!” by Leen La Rivière. The line I quoted above already speaks so much: if you’ve experienced how it is to face a […]

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Book Review: It’s All About Him: Finding The Love Of My Life By Denise Jackson

August 4, 2013

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It’s a beautiful, restful Sunday for me, regardless of the weather. I just spent a very fruitful night finishing this book:   It is the story of an American Country Music star’s wife’s life, and how she found the Lord. In a nutshell, what I learned from “It’s All About Him: Finding The Love Of […]

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Sunday Reading For 8/4/2013

August 3, 2013

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Sunday! That day of the week where you can rest, refresh, and read a little. It may be Saturday night in other parts of the world yet, but here in the Philippines, it’s already a lazy, restful Sunday. So here we are, bringing you a few great devotionals from around the Web, for you to […]

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Embracing GRACE

July 27, 2013

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As I promised in my last post, this post is going to be about a Spiritual matter. You may notice LiveWealthier’s logo, and it communicates LiveWealthier’s goal: To be a place where a reader will get tips and ideas on how to live a fuller life, whether in the: Spiritual Personal Physical Financial Aspects of […]

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Heed The “Still, Small Voice.”

July 18, 2013

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  Do you ever get that whisper from that “still, small voice” in your heart, guiding you to do things or NOT do things? I have. And I’d ignored it. So many times. It got to a point where I had ignored it in a manner that was very, personally disastrous, and it was at […]

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Trials = Oases Of Growth

July 18, 2013

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There is a line in the Bible that says, “No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it.” Another version says, “No discipline is enjoyable while it is happening–it’s painful!” Don’t we all agree with how […]

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When Life Doesn’t Seem To Like You

June 3, 2013

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  Most of us who have reached around 27 or 28 years old would know by now that life is NOT perfect. People who have led generally normal lives would have reached this age realizing that there will always be challenges, there will be moments of discouragement, and much more, moments when you really just […]

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Of Friendships And Therapists

November 19, 2012

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In the US, people have therapists instead of friends. In the Philippines, it seems like people have friends instead of therapists. Neither paradigm is healthy, I believe. I believe that one has to have friends to rely on and to share life with; but when tough times come and when there is a repetitive theme […]

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The Miracle Of Giving

November 12, 2012

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There are just so many reasons why a person should give: To help others For compassion For good “karma” Because you have so much more than a family in Africa For tax deduction purposes Giving as a lifestyle, has been taught in Christian circles as being a factor that can increase one’s wealth. Some famous […]

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Of Calamities And Preparedness

October 30, 2012

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I got to watch The Doomsdayers on National Geographic as I was on a working weekend in Boracay Island. I found the guests a little kooky in their disaster preparations, but with the things happening in our world today: the 2011 Tohoku/Miyagi earthquake and tsunami and resulting Fukishima Nuclear meltdowns, the hurricanes periodically sweeping the […]

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MLM 101: My Thoughts And Minor Foray Into Multi-Level Marketing

August 29, 2012

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Multi-level marketing (MLM) has had such a bad rap over the years. If someone joined an MLM and starts to promote the business like a fiend, chances are, friends and family will start avoiding them like the plague. However, some people actually join MLM’s and make a successful part-time income source, or even a full-time […]

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