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"It’s hard to reject someone’s love. It’s like discouraging someone. And it doesn’t feels good."
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New love.

Once you are new into a relationship, you will learn how to demand things more without even noticing it. You will be as close and sticky as rugby… so addicting. And yet, more sensitive that just a very tiny detail can freak you out. You will be, maybe, restless. Jealous. Demanding. You feel it but do not want to stop it.

Loving is hurting yourself. Because you just give all you have, until it hurts. So loving does not demand, jealous nor tiring. It is just painful, but not selfish.

This is the answer. Woe me.

Question: “What does the Bible say about being late or lateness?”

Answer: There is no commandment in the Bible that says, “Thou shall not be late, ever,” so it’s not as simple as one Scripture reference to determine God’s view on tardiness. Everyone has been late to something at some point, often due to unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances. But, if someone is habitually late and unconcerned about being on time, especially if that person professes to be a Christian, then scriptural principles do apply. As with all things, God looks at the heart, “for the Lord does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart” (1 Samuel 16:7).

For one thing, continual lateness does not express love for others. Forcing others to wait for us time after time is simply rude. Christians are to love one another and love our enemies as well, and “love is not rude” (1 Corinthians 13:5). When others perceive that we are unloving and unconcerned about them, our reputations as Christians suffer. “A good name is better than precious ointment” (Ecclesiastes 7:1). A good name, a good reputation is important for a Christian. This means that we should be known as people of our word, trustworthy and dependable, and not be known as always late, slothful, or unconcerned about others. Our actions as Christians point back at Christ. Do they glorify Him? Do they bring Him honor? “And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men” (Colossians 3:23).

Furthermore, as Christians we never want to cause someone else to sin. Constantly being forced to wait for someone can be very aggravating, especially to those who make an effort to be on time. Minor irritation can very easily become anger. Anger is usually sin, and we are never to be the cause of someone else’s sin. “Jesus said to his disciples: ‘Things that cause people to sin are bound to come, but woe to that person through whom they come’” (Luke 17:1).

Waiting can not only be frustrating, but it causes unnecessary stress and wasted time for the person that has to wait. Christians are exhorted by Paul to “do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves” (Philippians 2:3). The perpetually late person does not consider others’ time as more important than his own. Most habitual late-comers are concerned only with themselves. Continually being late does not communicate a zeal or diligence in serving Christ by loving others as He loves us. It also does not communicate faithfulness or trustworthiness.

For the person who is habitually late, there is hope. For many, it is simply a matter of overcoming bad habits built up over time. Sometimes it’s just a matter of changing those habits to be more aware of time, planning ahead, and leaving ample time for the unexpected. Recognizing the spiritual impact on others is the first step in understanding the importance of reversing the bad habit of tardiness. If we are motivated by love for others and a desire to maintain a good reputation for Christ’s sake, then prayer for wisdom and help is the next step. God has promised wisdom to all who ask for it (James 1:5), and He is never far away from those who call upon His power for godly living.

Recommended Resources: Cure for the Common Life: Living in Your Sweet Spot by Max Lucado and Logos Bible Software.


-I asked God what should i do. And this is the answer i’ve got. Love for others is what i lack.

Family portray 102

Gino:  ate, gusto mo ng dessert?
Ako:  oo naman!
Gino:  heto o, catch!  (Sabay abot ng toothpick)
Ako:  dessert nga.
I never thought your voice would lift me up.

"Ganito kasi yan. Pag umaga ok pa. Pag bandang 10 am medyo magulo na buhok mo. Bandang 3pm oily na face mo. Lagi kasi kitang tinitignan."

Di ko alam sasabihin ko over the phone. Grabe naman kasi. Grabe naman talaga.

Friend:  There are so many fishes in the sea! Why worry?
Ako:  Yun lang, ayoko ng fish. Gusto ko ng beef. Beef tol.