A month had passed after we transferred from a new house. I can say it was tiring and exhausting relocating from one house to another, on the other hand it was exciting and fun! I know all of my fellow Filipinos here in UAE can relate with me, moving from one house to another, because everything here is temporary, including the house you are staying because everyone here are renting, excluding of course those that are on investor’s visa who purchased a property.
Money problems are something that follows us all through life and the older we get the more conscious we become of it. Yet in our early adults years we tend to not worry about investing and saving. The Telegraph states, “you may have to rely on your savings for the last 20 years of your life.” For the young adult that may seem like a long way off, but as the saying goes ‘time flies’.
Yesterday, I posted about Choosing to Forgive and Forget and every time I remembered the past mistakes someone had done to me I would go back to this post and read it all over again.
Today I chose to let go. To let God heal the wounds of the past. To let my shortcomings be a way for God to fill me more of His love.
Today I chose to forgive the people who have made a mistake in my life. To accept that they too have their own shortcomings and are not perfect. That God is the only one who should take revenge. That I should love instead of hate.
I am writing this post to help my cousin Earl Lucillo. Recently, his twins were prematurely born and both had complications. Here is their story:
Elene and Eanna are my nieces, they are premature, only 27 weeks old babies born last February 13, 2016, in NICC Hospital, Naga City. They had to stay in the hospital for two months in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and were placed in an incubator for one month. Additionally, both had complications like pneumonia and sepsis.