The unveiling of the true source of goodness

As I was walking home from work, I saw these cute little dogs walking towards me and I can’t help but ask permission from the owner if I could take their picture to show my daughters and the kind lady consented.

Notice how one smiled for the picture!

As I walked on, I passed by a college where I usually stop by its chapel for a quick grayer. I haven’t done so for a few months already and today, I decided to stop and visit.

As I entered the adoration chapel, it isn’t the usual where my mind is filled with many thoughts of what I will be praying for. Today is different. I knew exactly what to tell Him. There is only one thought in my mind. Jesus, be the driver of my life from now on. Let me sit back now and bring me to where you want me.

All my life I have been telling the Lord the desires of my heart, what, where and when. For every crisis in my life, I pray to him for the turnout I want it to be.

I am going thru a crisis now and it is the first time that I seek spiritual guidance from a Catholic priest and from a born again Christian who happened to be my uncle. The answers I got isn’t only for my current situation but really, it hit me to the core of my heart. It is only now that I’m learning to let go and completely Trust in Him.

This journey is something I wish to share here as well.

Because as I search for goodness and beauty, I am discovering to whom all these come from.

As I was leaving the chapel , I turned back and saw this. This tranquility  that’s slowly unveiling in front of me.

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A morning stroll at the park 

My kids love animals, and when I say love, I mean LOO❤️❤️❤️VVe animals. Specially my youngest.  When her pet hamster Peanut died, she cried for so many nights.  

Yesterday at the park , they saw a Chowchow and they squealed in excitement.  They ran towards the dog and it's owner and started interviewing him. The man was kind and patient enough to answer all their questions. They are curious little bees  and I was pretty sure they had tons of them.  You can see in the picture that the man was happy to answer all their questions . 

On my youngest's birthday last year, we surprised her by bringing  her to a cat cafe where you can pet and interact with all the cats and dogs inside. There were more than 20 cats inside and as much dogs as well. She literally had tears in her eyes! She was so happy she said that it was her best birthday ever!