Hurt. Anger. Betrayal. Faith felt a volcanic rush of pain pass through her. She was not her mother's favourite. Though she was the freehanded one, the one who gave without thinking, the one who pitched in and made sure the bills were paid, the one who ensured her mother didn't starve. She was not the … Continue reading The Christian Faith Chronicles Part 5: Favorites, Preferring One Child Over Another
People deceive themselves more than they deceive others. She stood with an empty heart and a disenchanted spirit as her brother stood in front of her and lied to himself, more than he lied to her. Faith knew what a brothers love should be like, but it wasn't this. She had been robbed, cheated and … Continue reading The Christian Faith Chronicles Part 4: Denied, A Brothers Love
Have you ever experienced that moment where you realize that you are not living up to your potential? It is almost like having a tidal wave of disenchantment of self and dissatisfaction with life all rolled up into life. How can you even attain this when the odds seem to be against you, knocking you … Continue reading The Christian Faith Chronicles Part 3: Living up to your Potential, or not
Faith was sick and tired of living a lie; or to what feels like a constant delusion. She tried to be this good person but in her mind when she gets angry, she was more like a vigilante in the movies. Really, she was not afraid of people and felt an irresistible urge to fight … Continue reading The Christian Faith Chronicles Part 2: Moral Dilemma
Spiritual Sabbatical Faith fears that her playtime is over and God is demanding his due and his time. Of course, she is his child, but a rebel. He has allowed her to learn things her way and abate her curiosity of things. And like any other child, come back broken and bored and thinking there … Continue reading The Christian Faith Chronicles Part 1: Is the Spiritual Sabbatical Over?