"a caterpillar doesn't just grow into a butterfly. a caterpillar must undergo metamorphosis, and a cocoon is where a caterpillar risks it all: enters total chaos, undergoes total rebuilding, and is born to a new way of living. only in taking the risk of entering that inert cocoon can the caterpillar go from dormancy to potency, from ugliness to beauty."

Monday, March 02, 2009


"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord,
"plans to prosper you and not to harm you,
plans to give you hope and a future."

-- Jeremiah 29:11


it is difficult to stay cheerful when the daunting challenges never seem to let up.

it's already been quite a long, hard pull and i have yet to see the end of it -- or, at least, see a silver lining. i know i have to stay focused but i feel too overwhelmed at times. my impatience bites.

it is in times like this that i become all the more convinced that if i were to rely only on my plans and on my own strength, i won't be able to achieve much.

i close my eyes in submission and calmness embraces me. as the sands of time trickle, i remain in good hands. i am grateful that i am still too blessed. for this, i cannot complain.

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