Aug 14 2007
My Gay-Christians.org blog has been around as the rest of my blogs but I haven’t put much attention to it of late because I have been very busy taking opportunities in order to earn some extra cash. I do like to update this blog more often than the rest of my blogs as this is the reason why I got started blogging anyway.
I visit quite a few blogs that provide insight and inspiration to me. I am all for leaving a legacy in this world and making this world a better place. There’s a lot of hate and a lot of greed going on in the world today that if we, as people strive to do one small thing – could make a big difference as a whole.
I’ve connected to many bloggers in the blogosphere. They are sinners, saints, priests, whores, intellectuals, and not-so-intellectuals. Needless to say, I’ve met a bunch of them and all of them have weaved something in my life that will forever be remembered. Just a Thought is another blog that I think would be a blog that I would visit often. He describes his blog simply like this, “The blog contains my short reflections about Life in general which I hope would, in one way or another, serve as a source of inspiration for you or trigger off some thoughts of your own in the contemplation of the mystery that is Life. And I hope you would also share these thoughts here so that we can all learn and grow together as we strive to leave this world a better place than what it was before our humble existence.”
I think that it is very noble and with our very short time here on earth, the best thing is that he lives in Singapore! A country that I visited just a few months ago. He provides a short glimpse about himself in his blog:
I am a Catholic Flexitarian Singaporean who dreams of “hero-ising” the world – making heroes of everyone I meet by showing them their vast potentials as well as responsibilities in using their gifts and talents for the betterment of the world; and in the process, find meaning and fulfillment. In my free time, I devour all kinds of books ranging from spirituality, theology, philosophy, history and economics to quantum physics, psychoanalysis, medical science and near-death experience to counselling, motivation, marriage and romantic love. I am happily married to my beloved wife Lynn Tessa since 2001 and we are enjoying family bliss with our newborn son Xavier in Sengkang, Singapore.
Being that I am a Catholic and Christian as well, I do relate to him. It is nice and refreshing to know that there are still people out there who try their best to keep the world together. More power to you and let me join you in making ‘heroes’ by pointing out the potential in them. You are on the path and I want to follow you!
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