15 for 15 challenge- Wrap Up

“Good night, Good night! Parting is such sweet sorrow,
That I shall say good night till it be morrow.”- Romeo and Juliet Act 2, Scene 2.

Finally, the 15 for 15 challenge draws to a close for me, this is my last post.

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15-for-15 Challenge- Review


This is the review post of the 15-for-15 challenge where I get to review another bloggers entries for this challenge. This post should have been up last year but I couldn’t even do the necessary research (visit the blog and read the posts) before I travelled to my hometown and subsequently got cut off from the world. In defence of my hometown, network was terrible this year. None of the network providers (we have all four networks in my family) had internet service, my brothers and I didn’t quit get the relaxing holiday we were expecting.


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Live your Best Live Now- 15 for 15 challenge

The title of this post is the title of one of the books by renowned preacher Joel Osteen of the Lakewood Church, Houston Texas. He’s a multi #1 New York Times Bestselling Author and heads one of the largest Christian congregations in the United States.

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One of the things he’s known for is his wide and beautiful smile, he’s even known as the smiling preacher. In one of his books (I can’t remember which right now) he talked about feeling insecure about his smile and tells us how he was even mocked for it but had to rise above the mockery and the insecurity.
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15 for 15 challenge- The young and the confused.

Again I’m starting a blog post with Duru business.

Duru’s entry for the 15 for 15 challenge- Padre was about his dad. The post really touched me especially when he talked about his dad knowing when he’d done something wrong (the man must be psychic) and still correcting him in love. He went on to talk about the valuable lessons he’s learned from his dad and the wisdom his dad passes on to him on daily basis. And yes, there was the part about losing the house and his incredible faith then and now. In his words- “if we didn’t die when we lost the house, we can’t die again”. Continue reading →