And there You are, again.

Driving has been a drag lately. On federal,it takes an hour to work and an hour home! =(Tonight, while driving home, I was feeling all emo again. Looking at the massive jam ahead of me causes me to feel more home sick than ever. The heart is troubled.

It was then God revealed something that has bothered me for awhile. Something that has been running through my mine over and over again. All life’s ‘what ifs’, ‘could bes’ and ‘why nots’ were flooding my thoughts. Maybe I was rushing into things again. Could all my unanswered questions be resolved today?

. . .but all I hear over all my fears, was His voice. Reassuring me and comforting me.

“Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God, trust also in me”

In this life I will stand through my joy and my pain. Knowing there’s a greater day and there’s a hope that never fails. I just got to wait patiently and with great faith, trust in Him.

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it’s been a while. a very long long while. and truth be told, i may have just left well enough alone.This week that has started is going to be my first busiest week in 2010. I’ve got datelines and difficult target to meet. My expectations are highly uncorrelated with my effort put in and I am so tired of catching up at work because there are just too many things to do. Angst, worry, anxiety and unrest are possibly just a few of the related feelings from the accumulation of events. They will go away eventually. This is what happens when my priorities are shifted immensely and some adjustment are needed to be made.

ergh,I don’t even know what I am feeling right now.

much love, Jiunnli

2 Responses to “And there You are, again.”

  1. think SINGAPORE! 🙂
    NeXT FRIDAY! wheeee! i’ll take you to my fav place: HAJI LANE. which means shopping! HAHAHAHA.
    miss you too!

  2. hi jiunnli! =)

    working life is tough huh? at least you don’t have to cross state boundaries every day. i’ve been staying in seremban and working in pj for the past 4 years… for me, travelling to and from work easily takes up 3-4 hours a day! =P

    i’m glad that your faith in God keeps you strong. i’m sure that He will lead and guide you through all the challenges and pitfalls of working life. =)

    by the way have you heard of iBridge Camp? it’s organised by GCF (Graduates’ Christian Fellowship). it aims to help young working adults (fresh grads who’ve been working for only 3 years or less) in the transition from the world of academia to the world of work.

    personally i found this camp very helpful in my transition into the working world. the discussions on the theology of work, work as a calling, and etc really helped in the search for meaning and purpose in the drudgery of working life. =)

    the camp’s usually sometime in sept or oct, around hari raya hols that time. go la if you’re interested. =)

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