Happy Father’s day. Okay, the Father’s day weekend has come and gone. It was an opportunity to celebrate the deserving Dads, and maybe appeal to (more like smirk) the consciences of those that have been absent where it mattered most. But, what about the Tough Women who have bravely shouldered the responsibilities of “Mum-and-Dad” all… Read More Mother, not Father!
Every year, on 14 June, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day (WBDD). The event serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood. We cannot overemphasize the lifesaving role of blood donation. A single donation can potentially… Read More Give Blood. Give Now. Give Often
A big shout out to school management who take bullying very seriously. And for schools who do not have bullying policies, that is not good enough. For school who have a policy against bullying and not using it, do something about it. Listening to victims of school bullying is one heartbreaking experience. And to think… Read More One School Bullying is Too Much
My 80 years old elderly patient says she’s “sick and tired of being a caregiver”. Reason? Her client is “too old”. This springly lady enjoys life as a caregiver, and loves her client who I later finds out is even older. But it’s telling on her, and lately she’s not coping, especially with the lifting… Read More The Elderly Caregiver
Originally posted on Could Joseph and Imhotep have been the same person?:
The Israelites numbered about 70 when they first came to live in Egypt at the invitation of the Pharaoh whose vizier was Jacob’s 11th son Jospeh-Imhotep. They were allowed to live in the best part of the land; Goshen. Here they flourished and…
John 19:5 (NLT)… Then Jesus came out wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe. And Pilate said, “Look, here is the man!” It was another Passover, a feast commemorating the Miracles in Exodus. Several centuries earlier, the nation of Israel led by Moses finally gained freedom from the Egyptians after 400 years of slavery.… Read More Good Friday: The Story Retold
In the Spirit of Easter, my reflections today is on the Parable of the Prodigal Son. But I will only be lifting verses of the scriptures, thereby preserving the original message. This story was written only once, by one of the greatest historians of all times, a man simply known as Luke. The Prodigal Son… Read More Stories Jesus Told…