This is your blog. I ask the questions, you supply the answers. This is a blog where you can share your ideas and thoughts about the subject matter at hand. Thanks and God bless.
TO LIVE IN ORDER TO PLEASE GOD AND TO GIVE GLORY TO HIS NAME.
I am not sure if I could consider it a burden, for me being a bread winner is just part of our tradition and part of responsibility as a member of the family.Bout the new address kuya< I wasn't aware na nagbago ka na ng add waaa.. You might not get the card then.. Sensya na po, di ko alam eh.
The burden of my physical disability. If I was an able d bodied person my life would have been easier.But God allowed it this way, so I must accept it. His grace is sufficient.
Siguro ang obligasyon sa pamilya. not really a burden because they are my family but nakak stress minsan lalo na pag pera ang involve diba.
Hi Amrita, That is the reason why you shine like a bright star in the firmament of heaven because you give glory to God by your exemplary life. Like Paul, the grace of God is sufficient for you to overcome the burdens placed by the Lord on your shoulders. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.
Hi Rose,We have to move from our last year's residence because of irreconcilable differences with the owners. I doubt if they will forward the card to me since they will surely open it thinking that dollar maybe inserted to it. Of course they will not want to be embarrassed by turning over to me an open card. Anyway, thanks for the card. As they say, it is the thought that counts. Being a breadwinner for your family is indeed a heavy burden. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.
Hi Shy,Of course it is never your obligation to your family in the Philippines to send money to them. It is through your own volition and consent. Your only obligation is with your own family in the States. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.
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