Faith at Work

Regrets

Working as an ENT surgeon makes me come in contact with a lot of patients suffering from head and neck cancers. Many of them are middle-aged and have far advanced cancers thus having very few years ahead of them. On spending time talking to them, most have regrets. Some of the common ones include:

  1. I wish I pursued my dreams and aspirations and not what others expected of me.
  2. I wish I had spent more time with my family and friends.
  3. I wish I had the courage to express my feelings and speak my mind.
  4. I wish I had not fallen prey to this addiction (smoking, pan chewing) and ruined my life.

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Gallery

The Tale of Advent 2018

Advent” a word so familiar, yet a word we seem to misunderstand at times. Well, just so that you know, Advent is a time of waiting for the second coming of Christ while rejoicing at his first coming.

If you re-read this definition of Advent, don’t you think we tend to ignore a part of it? Don’t you think we get too faithful when it comes to the rejoicing part while we forget about the waiting? Or even if we do wait for Christ’s second coming, are we prepared enough for it? Continue reading

Sharings

Fire of His Love

“Come to me all who are weary and heavy laden, and I will give you rest; take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.”

The theme of RYC ‘18 by itself was very meaningful to my life and hence the excitement level took a leap. The worry of a better future and a well-settled career often led me to take the responsibility on myself rather than to yoke it to Jesus. Jesus, being the centre of my life was not very evident until I praised and worshipped Him, offering my all at the conference. Continue reading

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