A nobody nothing nowhere

A nobody nothing nowhere

Relocating islands and coming to a new school has gotten me thinking a lot. As I had to readjust to a new city and a new workplace, I started reflecting on what I have done, what I am doing and what I will continue or stop doing..

  • Saluting a private

    Recently, a story has unfolded of the NZ Army’s writing competition for soldiers of the rank of private. After running it and selecting a winner, they then contradicted themselves like a decaffeinated sugar-free energy drink and depublished it from their website. 

  • Surprise. Depression.

    I’m writing this in the middle of Aotearoa New Zealand’s winter, July 2022. It’s the third July in a row where our lives have been affected by the global pandemic that is COVID-19.

  • When two become one – checking out ‘marriage’

    Jesus said of marriage, “A man will leave his father and mother, and cleave to his wife, and the two will be one flesh.”

  • The lion and the porcupine

    My writing journey has recently begun and what an enriching journey it has been so far.

  • What about the Crusades

    Some years ago at a National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC, US President Barack Obama reignited a thousand year old debate with his comments about the Crusades.

  • God is faster than we fall

    Have you ever experienced the feeling of falling while you sleep?

  • One matters to God

    Having seven cats at home, I will be honest that I and my husband have two favorites among them as they are the sweetest and most behaved among the seven cats.

  • Reckless or relentless love?

    Is the love of God reckless or relentless?  This is a question that has been on my mind a lot since recently.

  • A fool's goal and a fool’s gold

    In June, I was given the opportunity to share a message with the members of the youth group of the church I attend. The essence of the message was how Jesus entered into Matthew’s life and changed his story. Matthew was formerly a tax collector, and Jesus called him to be one of his disciples.

  • Knowing God is Knowing Your Purpose

    All throughout the Old Testament, we see this phrase that signifies the sovereignty of God and His unchanging character.

  • Don’t get married

    Marriage is one of the most beautiful gifts from God – but it is not for the faint-hearted. It requires a lot of different things from both you and your spouse.