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The Practical Guide to Fight Coronavirus

2021 is on its second month, and we are in our second year fighting against the novel Coronavirus - COVID 19. As of this writing, there are more than 101M confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide and counting. Sadly, there’s this mutated “UK variant” spreading. It’s quicker than the original variant! Coronavirus is continuously trembling our... Continue Reading →

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5 Habits to a Healthy Eat Out from Home

We're all excited and eager when we're eating out from home. We are naturally foodie. Most of us struggle when eating out from home because we overeat and pick unhealthy food. Such practice may cause us diseases in the long run like obesity, heart problems, diabetes, etc. An article I read says that eating healthy is a... Continue Reading →

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6 Ideas to Supercharge Your Stay Home Experience

Due to COVID-19 most of us today are required to stay home as much as we can. This is to save lives and fight the noble coronavirus. Unfortunately, there are some identified harmful effects while staying at home often.  An article written by Steven C. Hayes Ph.D. sited five challenges of staying at home which... Continue Reading →

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FAQs about Adenomyosis

A woman’s body is delicate, complex, and interesting. Back in February 2020, I was diagnosed with having Adenomyosis. I have no clues about it. I was sad, confuse, and frustrated. I felt like I’m the unluckiest among the unluckiest. Year after year, while I age, I am discovering new things in my body. The frustrating... Continue Reading →

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5 Top Relationship Problems You Must Avoid

Good relationships are vital for many various reasons.  Healthy relationships help increase our emotional wellness, create an encouraging impact to our mental and physical health stability. It also help us build connection to family, friends, and mate, and other several benefits.  I’m happy that this coming June 2020 will be our 5th year of joyful... Continue Reading →

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11 Myths about Islam and Muslims

Islam is a monotheistic religion like Christianity and Judaism.  It is the world's second-largest religion with over 1.9 billion followers or 24.4% of the world's population.  People who follow the teachings of Islam are generally known as Muslims.  As a Christian myself, I admire the Muslims’ sincerity and a strong passion for their religion. Islam... Continue Reading →

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10 Things Every Traveler Should Bring

Who doesn’t travel? According to World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), a study in September 2018 showed an increase of 7% total international tourist arrivals around the world and an increase of 5% total international tourist receipts! That is 1,326 million in numbers and USD 1,340 billion worth, respectively. That’s a WOW! Travel is more than we can imagine! ... Continue Reading →

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A Complete Guide to Charity Work

Charity work is a generous act of helping the poor, ill, or less privileged.  The practice of charity means voluntary, extending a helping hand to those in need as a humanitarian act.  These are the common thoughts that come in our mind when we hear the word charity, donation, or phrase charity work. I understood... Continue Reading →

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FAQs About HPV

Let's talk about HPV. I'd love to share with you some vital information that I came up with during my research. My doctor told me that I have HPV 66; hence, I thought sharing my experience with you may help you understand, especially in the same situation. Most couples and young adults (women like me) are... Continue Reading →

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5 Best Spiritual Fasting for Beginners

Fasting is worth our attention because we can nurture and improve our relationship with God Almighty through it. Ramadan is few periods of sleep away, and our brothers and sisters in Islam will perform fasting. This event has inspired me to write this blog. It’s about the Five Best Spiritual Fasting activities you can try... Continue Reading →

Saturday, 03 April Verse

John 19:38-39—Later, Joseph of Arimathea asked Pilate for the body of Jesus. Now Joseph was a disciple of Jesus, but secretly because he feared the Jews. With Pilate's permission, he came and took the body away. He was accompanied by Nicodemus, the man who earlier had visited Jesus at night. Reflection for Holy Saturday, 03... Continue Reading →

Good Friday 2021

John 18:2—Now Judas, who betrayed him, knew the place because Jesus had often met there with his disciples. Reflection for Good Friday, 02 April Verse In this passage, John 18:2 tells us that Judas knows precisely where to find Jesus when the time had come to betray him. The story said that Jesus and his... Continue Reading →

Maundy Thursday 2021

1 Corinthians 1:25—For the foolishness of God is wiser than man's wisdom, and the weakness of God is stronger than man's strength. Reflection for Maundy Thursday, 01 April Verse For some, God's foolishness is sending His only son Jesus Christ in this world to be crucified in exchange for redeeming us. For regular human beings... Continue Reading →

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