Monday, July 1, 2013


To quote:

“One day we will find our place, for all things fall into place, For all things have a place, in the greater scheme of things.”    Fr. Johnny Go, SJ

True, one day these odd and fractured pieces of our lives will all fall into place. Then we will begin to see or understand that all the unease, anxiety, and whatever else we may have felt then or feel now were and are second only to serving a great or greater end -- to complete the bigger scheme of things. And that even if there be more fractured pieces, more hurt and pain or that we would be tiptoeing through prickly thorns down the road a wee bit more, we can still say to ourselves that something better could be or might be waiting for us up ahead....  a promise of Jeremiah 29:11. This which we experience is but a thread in the bigger tapestry of life.

We came unto this world bawling our fragile lungs out because some masked monster in white uniform slapped our tender butt. But then, crying that furiously flushed out some sticky stuff from our lungs. So there was some good to that after all, right?

So then all of pain and hurt we go through in life does work to lead us to the greater bigger wondrous scheme of things ... By God's design. That's what I have been told and have learned. It won't harm to learn it again... and again... and again.

God bless you and your loved ones.


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  2. God does speak to us in ways we may not perceive it. But we hear his voice through scriptures, people, and events in our lives. It is like pieces of the puzzle that has yet to be fitted together. A journey of life that will eventually reveal His glory in our life. If you have time you can visit my other blog at

    1. Hi Paul, thank you for dropping by and for your comment. It's truly appreciated.

      You know what, I have learned that His glory is in our life in the present, in the now of our day to day existence. I don't have to wait that long or the end of our life journey to see it all manifested in full. Glorious is our God in the small and big things of life in the moment. The reason why life is ever so beautiful. I bask in all of that glory as a little child of earth is joyously ecstatic with the gifts of his human father. How much more over the gifts of his Divine Father?!!!

      To God be the glory.
      Blessings to you and your loved ones.


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