Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.
What a sweet Valentine's Day I had!
I work part-time at a non-profit organization which provides permanent supportive housing for homeless women with mental disability.Strength-based approach is one of my favorite ways to build relationship with clients.One of the ladies who live there about a year loves to write poems. Three months ago, she joined the poetry group which meets every Wednesday afternoon. I asked her to share her writing with me.Her writing is very good.It allows me to know where her emotional stage at.I shared with her that I started a poem four years ago, but I had never finished it.She encouraged me to finish it then she would read my poem to the group.My previous post ‘You are near!’ was the one that took me forever to finish. Because she gave me the motivation, finally I finished writing ‘You are near!’Each week she would tell me what the topic was for the next group meeting. She also wanted me to write one for her to read it for me in the group.So, the next topic for the meeting is Valentine’s Day.Below is her poem, and follow by my writing.Enjoy!
When we think of Valentine
We think of love
The perfect date
The perfect kiss
From the perfect mate
The perfect lingerie
The perfect bottle of wine
A look into those perfect eyes
And know he’s mine all mine
The only thing wrong
with this plan well laid is
It’s a Hallmark holiday
So they can get paid
My love by Kit
Just think about my love
Easy to guess if you know me
Sovereign love and forgiveness
Unlike nobody else
Someone I can trust and count on
Come to Him
He gives me the best happiness in the world
Read His words
I receive His blessings and assurance
So, who is This person?
The beautiful name is spelled by connecting the first letter from each sentence.
Time fly. The new
year is approaching. I am enjoying my
short “vacation” from school and internship while working full-time. It is only couple weeks left before the next busy
semester starts as well as interning at a supportive housing for homeless women
with mental conditions and substance misuse.
I am hoping that I will graduate with my Bachelor of Social Work by the
end of 2013. God had blessed me with this agency which allows me to use
the gifts that He gave me to serve this specific population. Looking back, a few months ago, I was
preparing my resume for finding an agency for my field placement. Two of my co-workers helped me to revise my
resume and made it looks professional/presentable. One of them made fun of me saying all these
years that I had spent living in America, I did not accomplish
anything. He also said that I should have
finished school at least. His comment
was so truth. I was a lazy student
who dislikes school. No one gave me
direction and I was spendin…
Recently I picked up a book Food Rules to read because Oprah said it’s good (Well, it’s not everything that Oprah said were THAT good).I realized that I broke 99% of these rules according to the book.For example, rule #4: Avoid food products that contain high-fructose corn syrup.Even though I know high-fructose corn syrup is bad for you, but I usually ignore it cause I can’t stop eating my cereal.Rule #6:Avoid food products that contain more than five ingredients.Really?Where on earth I can find any products like that?Rule #10:Avoid foods that are pretending to be something they are not; examples such as, margarine and nonfat cream cheese.I didn’t know nonfat cream cheese is not cream cheese, oops!Rule #54:“Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a pauper.”For real?My own rule is, “Breakfast like a queen, lunch like a blue whale, dinner like a monster.” I’m a sucker for all kind of foods and I always eat excessively.Eating is not a sin but excessive eating that is going…