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  • My Mother’s Hands

    October 21, 2019 by

    These hands have raised eight children Not just us but our children too And our children’s children as well These hands have taken care of And nurtured countless people From different villages and tribes During the course of their ministry Hands that have grown weary And tired due to age and illness Hands that tell… Read more

  • With perseverance comes recognition!

    July 12, 2021 by

    I want to share a story of patience and perseverance that leads to recognition: a story of daring to stand up against cultural norms and doing what you feel is best for you! It’s not my story, it’s my son’s. And maybe one day he’ll get to tell it better: for now I’ve written it… Read more

  • Beating hearts ❤

    June 15, 2021 by

    This one is for all of us and especially those living with, survived, still fighting and those whose loved ones have succumbed to any sort of heart condition! God bless & keep us all, always!! ❤❤ Beating hearts!The tiniest one of a new born!The strongest – of athletes!Weakest – of the sick!Frail – of the… Read more

  • Someday be true!

    June 13, 2021 by

    Somedays are good!Somedays are bad!Somedays are wishful! Wishing I was backBack with my mumIn her tender loving arms Listening to herSinging and prayingIn her tender loving voice Wishing I was a birdWith wings like an eagleThat take me home Home to my familyBrothers and sistersCousins and all Wish I mayPrayers I whisperThat someday be true!

  • Walking for heart ❤

    May 12, 2021 by

    5 and a bit weeks ago, I took up the Heart Foundation’s six week walking challenge. I’m into the final week and I feel so good about taking up that challenge. Following are some pictures taken during the walks – most of them from the Royal Botanical Gardens in Sydney during lunch hour walk. Walking… Read more

  • Distance does not diminish a mother’s love

    May 9, 2021 by

    It has been a good four years since my husband and I saw our mothers; our children their grandmothers, in person that is. Both of whom are widowed and old, living with family back home in our respective villages in Papua New Guinea. Covid has been the biggest contributing factor: it’s not nice at all.… Read more

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