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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Childhood dayz...

I was just looking at my photo album just now... I think I still looked pretty like myself when I was younger. I remembered that this lady that I met just a couple of years back, recognized me as the little girl who went to Tampines PAP kindergarten with her grandma! She said she recognized me for my BIG eyes!

Check these out...!





Me @ age 0.... I honestly think I dun look very chinese... Indian maybe? Quite dark skinned...



Me & my beloved Papa...



"Hah!"
To Sis Jiahui: Dun worry about Nicole... Look at my lack of 'glory' too... but now not bad already! HAHA!



Look! Me trying to walk!



Me & Ah ma

Me & my beloved Mama...

This is not acting cute... I AM really cute... Heehee....

Me trying to stuff something into my mouth?? No wonder so chubby!

It's not what you think! He's my cousin Hoe!

So sweet...

Then Val came along 2 years after me (Nov 28 1982)

So cccuuuttteee!!!

My sister & best friend for the past 25 years and for the rest of our lives... (:

OK... Back to the zhu2 jiao3...

Growing up...

"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you; Before you were born I sanctified you; I ordained you a prophet to the nations." Jeremiah 1:5,

Can you see the hint of my calling in this picture?.......

Looking back, it's amazing what God can do in your life when you put your life in His hands... Walking in the calling that God has prepared for you before you were even born. Your calling might still be a MYSTERY to you but...


"God's commands are not always accompanied by reasons, but always by promises," - F.B Meyer Hi.

We don't have to understand everything.

Much of life contains mysteries.

This calls for trust. If we have to 'see' before we 'believe', we have joined the Thomas generation.

Believing before we 'see' introduces us to greater blessing.

If we don't understand why bad things happen, we need to engage trust, rather than cynicism.

Do what God says even when you don't understand why.

Trust Him. He knows what He's talking about.

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