Patrick Childhood Memories about Nature


People go through malls to admire the beautiful architecture but on their way, they ignore the beautiful works of nature. See how people flood Dubai to check out a huge aquarium?

Nobody notices the Hibiscus, or the little flowers around the environment.


As a child back then i notice the blue and white cloud in the sky that fades here and there. The people who see don’t see much.


The combination of colours from everywhere about the environment was natural. The people who see don’t see much.

Remember going out in the bush to hunt and again seeing tiny green leaves with pink-red flowers.

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I don’t know if they’re still there but back then I seemed to be the only one who noticed them. I remember wondering how the rainbow is been formed in the cloud and the colour it comprises of, while looking up. But I guess many “who see don’t see…

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“And David enquired of the Lord.”

"And David enquired of the Lord." - 2 Samuel 5:23 When David made this enquiry he had just fought the Philistines, and gained a signal victory. The Philistines came up in great hosts, but, by the help of God, David had easily put them to flight. Note, however, that when they came a second time, … Continue reading “And David enquired of the Lord.”

To Know You…

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To know you is to want to know you more

Last night, I was trying so hard to remember a song I used to listen to when I was in undergrad.  I literally only remembered too words from that song, which meant that even a google search would not be of much help.  I woke up this morning still thinking about this song– I still couldn’t remember (I felt a little sad).  I got out of bed, started my morning devotions and as I was about to finish my prayer, the title of the song came back to my head!  Yay! The song is titled “No matter What,” googling the title helped me remember the artist (Kerrie Roberts), and I was able to listen to the song. #Excited. (I think it’s a good song, try listening to it if you can).

I LOVE listening to music– maybe that is why I was a little sad that I couldn’t…

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Abusive Churches: Why Do People Stay? — The Hope Blog


I have been following the implosion of a church in Illinois with great sadness. The situation is beyond belief really. The question I, and a friend who helped found the church, have asked repeatedly is this: How can people stay in these abusive churches when there is a track record a mile long that should […]

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