A Letter to My Last Year Self

You are working hard to become the person you want to be, and that is something to love. Your goals are noble. You are constantly looking for ways to help others, and that’s a pretty lovable trait. … More A Letter to My Last Year Self

A Letter to Abba II

This is my first “official” written letter to you and I hope to express myself in the best way I can. I want to, first of all, express my gratitude for the beautiful things you have done for me, the first being giving me salvation. I am really thankful for Jesus’ birth, death and resurrection and the life it gave me. … More A Letter to Abba II

A Letter to Abba

I am writing this letter to at least lay bare my heart and that of so many who have wandered away from your presence. You said in your word that you stand at the door of our hearts knocking but are you still at my door? Because every day, I wake up to the knock at the door only to see Jehovah Witnesses clutching their bibles and putting on their best smiles … More A Letter to Abba

A Letter To My Teenage Self: 20 Things I Know You Need | by Jane Kareem

Hello baby girl, It’s such a pleasure to have lived your life so far. It is a special one. Here are some tips I’ve gathered for you from this point in your life. I really would do anything to actually have it delivered to you from here. Anyway, here you go: 1. Perfectionism is a … More A Letter To My Teenage Self: 20 Things I Know You Need | by Jane Kareem

You Can Still Win

I need you to stand firm, embrace yourself, nobody has a perfect journey, even Christ had struggles. Remember, he cried and prayed, wishing that he would not die. To be honest, I have my own struggles, family, relationship, goals, work. I wake up seeing my struggles stare at me each day, they move all around with me, but that would not make me give up on life. Have you ever thought of those who look up to you even in your failure?
You are unique, and extraordinary … More You Can Still Win

Letter to My Childhood 

When I call your name, I hear echoes of it several times, it scares me, then I run out embracing adulthood. Still imbalanced between responsibilities and growth. Why do I have so many responsibilities as a young adult? Why do everyone around look up to me for something? I was tired of being scolded and corrected, forgetting that I am an adult, I figured out I could be happy like I was with you. … More Letter to My Childhood