The Kindness Epidemic

ka edong/ June 23, 2014/ Edong's Dreams, Passive Influence/ 0 comments

As I write, one of my casual status messages is spreading through facebook like an epidemic. And I love it! :D When I rode a cab yesterday, I had such a wonderful experience. I thought I’d share it as part of my #KindnessEpidemic album on facebook. Around 30 hours after uploading 2 photos, the story has been shared more than 3,000 times. Not

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Seek first to understand, before you kill each other…

ka edong/ March 13, 2014/ Relationship/ 0 comments

“Seek first to understand, before you kill each other … with solutions” Rezza and I were at the Discovery Weekend (DW) recently. It’s our way of refreshing on the relationship principles we learned from the marriage preparation seminar. We were asked to do a demonstration called “Confidence and Dialogue” in front of

Road rage? Give ’em a piece of you!

ka edong/ March 6, 2014/ Heart Wellness/ 0 comments

One time, I was backing-up at an indoor mall carpark. And … nabusinahan ako! (someone blew the horn on me!) As in like 5-second fullblast resounding busina. I had a decision to make. Was I going to get offended by this obnoxious motorist and give him a piece of me? Or was I going to let it slip by? Oh

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Q&A with Mahal and Ka Edong

ka edong/ March 3, 2014/ Inspiring People, Reflections/ 0 comments

I had the chance to exchange thoughts with a fellow-coach, Mahal Hudson, who is based in Canada. She asked me some challenging questions, and I loved having the chance to reflect upon her questions. These were questions from Mahal: 1. What do you think is your purpose in life? 2. What do you think is your life’s mission? 3. If

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Four Things to do When Jealous

ka edong/ January 23, 2014/ Reflections/ 0 comments

In their celebration the women sang, “Saul has killed thousands, but David tens of thousands.” Saul did not like this, and he became very angry. He said, “For David they claim tens of thousands, but only thousands for me. They will be making him king next!” And so he was jealous and suspicious of David from that day on. 1

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Asked to do it. Don’t want to do it. What to do?

ka edong/ January 22, 2014/ Reflections/ 0 comments

David strapped Saul’s sword over the armor and tried to walk, but couldn’t, because he wasn’t used to wearing them. “I can’t fight with all this,” he said to Saul. “I’m not used to it.” 1 Samuel 17:39 In the story of David and Goliath, there are so many details that can be sources for some magnificent lessons. In this

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Obedience Wins

ka edong/ January 20, 2014/ Reflections/ 0 comments

It is better to obey him than to sacrifice the best sheep to him. 1 Samuel 15:22 Growing up, I remember my parents tugging us kids along to different households during the town fiestas of our relatives. The town fiesta is often a celebration and thanksgiving to the Lord for the blessings and abundance received in the past year. The

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