It may not be a nationwide catastrophe, but it could be a failed exam, a problem with family and friendships, an unmet expectation, a loss of motivation, a cycle or situation you feel stuck in. I imagine you’d be disheartened, too. How do you cope when the situation gets frustrating or disappointing?
Here’s the hard truth: Not all inspirational posts are biblical. Not all Christian influencers teach sound doctrine. Not all posters with Bible verses are accurately interpreted. How do we filter the Christian contents we see online?
Because of the pandemic, you now spend most of your time at home with your siblings. That might be a good thing, if you’re already close with your siblings. But if you’re among those who have a love-hate relationship with your siblings, the idea might be a nightmare for you. Why do we sometimes find it easier to build close relationships with other people than with our very own siblings?
There are times when our social batteries just run empty. So we detox. While social media detoxification can be helpful for us, it doesn’t take away the fact that having deep connections is important.
Gusto ko na magturo sa mga bata. Pero ano ang lagi kong sagot sa kanila? “Mukhang ganito pa rin, ’nay/’tay.” Whether as a teacher or as a student, is there a way for us to face another year of the flexible learning set up?
Thousands of students have gathered to celebrate and worship Jesus. #UNASHAMED2017