Posts Categorized: My Insights

Finding the middle ground

Over the past few weeks, you can hardly walk past any coffeeshop or MacDonald’s, deli or steakhouse without hearing rigorous and even heated comments about… you’ve guessed it, the 2011 Singapore General Elections. To think there was a time the government were so concerned Singaporeans were politically apathetic. I think despite our uncommon grounds and… Read more »

Introduction to Charities (Part 2)

This is a continuation to my earlier post on Charities. And if you haven’t read it yet, it would be a good starting point. Firstly, thanks for your many kind words of encouragement over that last blog entry! Haha! Some asked me how long I took to craft the article out. Erm, I think it… Read more »

Introduction to Charities 101

I am really not a scholar. I have left my books back at university years ago. Nic is the smart one, with the near-perfect scores in his thesis and other written assignments and his super-logical analysis of the situation. Me? Not nearly so. But one area of, how shall we call it, public education that… Read more »

That’s why he’s my pastor…

I’ve recently been thinking about the phrase “Courage under fire.” So much has been said about the entire City Harvest investigation, and late last night, Pastor Kong put up his new blog post entitled rather aptly, “Reflections.” In it, Pastor wrote: “My relationship with God is and always has been at the centre of my… Read more »

A “Despite Of” Love

Love is something that is at once the easiest thing in the world to do. And at the same time the hardest. From the time of the “I Do” at the wedding aisle, a man and a woman commits to each other. For better or worse. For richer or poorer. In sickness and in health…. Read more »