It’s official! Five days to go until Christmas day! I know most of you are excited and happy for this most-awaited season of loving and giving, right? I wish I am, too. So many things happened this whole year to me but God is always with me. I am so much blessed with His love.
What are your plans this Christmas? Have you bought gifts for your friends and loved ones already? Have you planned your menus for Christmas eve? If not, I would suggest you plan them NOW. It’s harder to be on RUSH on Christmas rush. Haha!
But above all, NEVER forget to thank God for all the things He has done for you and all the blessings that you received (visible or not). Your life alone is GREAT GIFT. Whatever had happen this whole year to you, KEEP the faith in HIM.
So, let’s start this countdown! I wish you all good health and prosperity. Advance MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!
This is one of my favorite songs to listen especially when I am alone, or at night, or whenever I feel incomplete. It’s written by the American singer-songwriter, Jenn Bostic, which is composed for her father who died when she was a little girl. The song is released in 2012.
I find the song very powerful and emotional. It feels like your heart is being pricked with a pin in every word of the lyrics. I actually feel like crying every time I hear the song.
Losing someone in your life is really difficult. Shadows of the memories… The thought of not feeling or seeing that person or loved one EVER again… The sadness that feels like forever…
Here’s Donna Taggart’s version of the song:
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Her silence is all he needs to hear.
It was at that moment that he realized he lost a good one.
He thought he was winning playing his games
and he always knew that she would press reset…
until his chances ran out.
And this time, she pressed
“VERY” is an extremely used adverb. Let’s give it a break! There are a lot of words you can use to replace the adverb ‘very’ which can definitely broaden your English communicating skills.
‘VERY’ needs some rest, too!
1. VERY NOISY
Instead of saying “very noisy”, try to use DEAFENING.
The firecrackers were so deafening that made my ears tingle.
2. VERY SIMPLE
You can simply say BASIC, right?
The procedure is basic. You can follow it without other’s assistance.
3. VERY SCARED
If you’re referring to an extreme fear, use TERRIFIED instead of the two words “very scared”.
She’s terrified of these terrorist attacks.
4. VERY POWERFUL
Say, you have watched a great performance and wanted to commend it as a ‘very powerful’ performance, try to use COMPELLING.
It was a compelling performance. I love it!
5. VERY RICH
Yes, this means one has a great deal of money but in place of this, you can say WEALTHY. As simple as that but avoiding the word “very”
They should dig deep from the wealthy men for charity.
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“Life becomes easier when you let go of the unneeded stress. If it’s out of your control, don’t let it worry you.”
I guess stress is a part of growing up. Life becomes harder because of stress that comes up along with our problems, our trials. But bear in mind that it’s how you understand the situation and manage it.
This may sound easy, but it’s hard… YOU JUST NEED TO BE STRONG AND NEVER LET GO OF YOUR FAITH IN GOD AND TRUST YOURSELF THAT YOU’LL SURVIVE.