Bubbles and simple beauty of joy

London is one of my favorite places in the whole world. I have visited many times but have never lived there. So, I am allowed to keep my "honeymoon" feeling šŸ™‚ It is a city of stories. On every turn you feel like there is an interesting and important story. Buildings, bridges, parks, statues, paintings,…Read more Bubbles and simple beauty of joy

Love always protects, always trusts, always hopes…

I miss her. Today, October 8, is her birthday and I miss going to her home, having a nice home cooked meal, watching some silly TV programs, talking about anything and everything, watching her laugh so easily... so many ordinary things that she made special. My mom passed away a few years ago. Today she…Read more Love always protects, always trusts, always hopes…

The age of information diarrhea

I took this photo in Berlin while sightseeing around Brandenburg Gate. It was one of those surreal moments when you have to get out your camera to prove to yourself that this is real. Most of us notice it and most of us do it. I knew that it would be a good photo for…Read more The age of information diarrhea

Asylum seekers should know us by our love, not our fear

To begin with I want to tell my friends who are of different faith or no faith; this blog is mostly directed to those of us who claim to follow Jesus Christ. Some parts may feel like an internal family debate, but in reality these are crucial questions for everyone. Also, as I write this,…Read more Asylum seekers should know us by our love, not our fear

Part One: Unfinished business with our neighbors

Have you noticed that once you start paying attention to a certain thing or topic, it seems to appear everywhere? When I started my journey of ā€˜peaceroadsā€™ and started thinking and studying about forgiveness and restored relationships in a deeper and intentional way, suddenly I heard the word ā€œreconciliationā€ a lot. Is it just me…Read more Part One: Unfinished business with our neighbors