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August 2, 2009 Sunday Reflection

Posted by cfcbermuda on August 4, 2009 at 12:49 AM Comments comments (28)

Ord 18 B – 2009

 

            Today'sgospel passage is taken from the Bread of Life Discourse in John's gospel. Thisis our second week of reflecting on Eucharist in John’s gospel. The firstverses today presuppose that we know about the miracle of the multiplication of loaves and fish thathas just been described. Betweenlast Sunday’s gospel reading and today’s is the story that Jesus had walked on t...

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If I Should Never

Posted by Lyco on August 2, 2009 at 12:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Share ko lang fave poem ko these days. :)

 

If I Should Never

 

If I should never see the moon again

Rising red gold across the harvest field,

Or feel the stinging of soft April rain

As the brown earth her hidden treasures yield.

 

If I should never hear the thrushes wake

Long before the sunrise in the glittering dawn,

Or watch the huge Atlantic rollers break

Against the rugged cliffs in baffling scorn.

...
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You Are Still My Number One

Posted by Jay Autor on June 5, 2009 at 5:07 PM Comments comments (673)

Eighteen hours of waiting, labor, and different types of discomfort and pain, my wife with no food except for an IV (intravenous), patiently went thru the remarkable birthing process.


 


On June 1, 2009 11:23 pm, Luke Anthony E. Autor was born. He is the most amazing baby in the world. Of course, I have to say that, I'm his Dad! At 9 lbs 1 oz and 19" long, he ...

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A Seed in Time by Joseph Palubeski, CR, 1983

Posted by Lorelie Autor on May 11, 2009 at 3:05 PM Comments comments (490)

A Seed in Time

 

A seed held precious and cherished until

The universal gardener, the soil he did till

He thrust it beneath the surface of land

Where there in cold and darkness it did stand.

The tears of his love to water it did fall,

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An Amazing Trend

Posted by Hanny on May 1, 2009 at 9:09 AM Comments comments (303)

There's this remarkable trend going on. And I can't help but notice in the blog section that some members are posting these lovely poems in their blogs. It's just amazing how a life experience, good or bad, could drive some people to tap into their hidden (yet special) God-given talents and express their thoughts in here -- in an organised yet artsy way -- through a poem. (Such clever command of English and Filipino vocabularies and homonyms. I mean, seriously, how do you people come up ...

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A Symbol of Endless Love

Posted by [email protected] on April 30, 2009 at 9:44 PM Comments comments (67)

     Not all married couples wear wedding rings because of certain beliefs , traditions, or religions. But, for someone like me who accepted my husband's symbol of love and loyalty (my wedding ring) in front of a Catholic priest and a number of witnesses, it is my most sentimentally valued possession.  Until one day when we had a family outing here in Bermuda, I went looking for it miserably.

     We were in...

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Poem of Love

Posted by jun gundran on April 28, 2009 at 7:44 PM Comments comments (233)

Written on September 8, 2005 also..masyado ako nahohomesick non sa Saudi.

 

By staring at all the pictures you have sent,

It eases the loneliness I felt!

By hearing your lovely voice,

I gather strenght!

By reading your e-mails,

It gives me audacity!

By sharing your problems,

I feel my worth!

B...

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A Simple Dream

Posted by jun gundran on April 28, 2009 at 7:39 PM Comments comments (133)

This was written when I am in Saudi Arabia (08 September 2005) and sent to my girlfriend then who became my wife 6 months after..:)

 

I just want to share to you my dream if I become a father.

 

 

This is only a dream but I want to live and keep my aspiration as if it is real, who knows, it will happen. As some people say: "There is no price for a dream!"

 

 

I am dreaming of a happy family wherein my wife and children ...

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A Walk To Remember

Posted by [email protected] on April 22, 2009 at 8:36 PM Comments comments (229)

     My husband and I are always busy for work, even on Sundays. There were times when Alvin was not able to attend the monthly prayer assembly or missed our household meetings because of work. So we   hardly have time to spend together.

     One Sunday, 19th of April, the restaurant where he works closed so they could have a day off. I was very happy about it because it was very timely for both of us t...

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Love,faith and hope

Posted by [email protected] on April 1, 2009 at 1:07 PM Comments comments (569)

                          Before i join the CFC ministry, I was ill, a mammograph and bi opsy confirmed my worst fear, I was diagnosed w/ breast cancer (3rd stage), followed by mastectomy, a series of chemotheraphy and radiation. I thought my life was over. My question is, why me? a non-smoker a non-drinker and no history of cancer? Although my strong faith he...

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