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Monday, November 5, 2012


(Dedicated for those who can't find their ways back after the hurricane Sandy ...)

There was a time when we felt we were in a familiar place but yet somehow the familiar had transformed into a maze--complicated and unknown maze. At the beginning, the path looked so acquainted and without a doubt, we put our foots forward. However, for whatever reasons, the path that we selected, took us back to where we started--back to square one. Inevitably, the anxious feeling began to creep in and we maybe wonder if we were lost--lost in the unknown world.

Sometimes in our lives, we may experience some obstacles that threw us off from our comfort zones into the unknown world. Despite how hard we tried, we were still met by dead end. No doubt frustration would be clouded our mind and perhaps we would feel like we were walking in the tight rope where underneath is nothing but gorge.

In any case, having faith and never give up are the only things that are in the horizon that we can count on. And I also heard that ...

Until next stop,

 Journey of Life


  1. Wonderful post. Sometimes it is hard to see the blessings through the devastation...but you know you are right, God doesn't give us more than we can handle.

    Cheers, Jenn

    1. Yeah ... I think I first heard that expression somewhere ... and it kinda stuck in my mind.

  2. Yes its the comfort zone that is scaring.
    But if one is ready to leave that cozy corner and venture out, things would look manageable.

  3. This was so inspiring. Yes, God will never give us more than we can handle and through adversity we gain strength. I love this post!


    1. Thank you Kathy. I didn't know what to say at the beginning ... this post turned out better in writing than in my mind :-)

  4. Oh yes, this is so true, A. I do believe when we come out of the maze as you call it, we will see how everything fits into the plan God has for our lives - and it's wonderful!