WaitPower
What’s Your Waiting Story?

All of us wait for something or for someone! There are rare moments we succeed and there are many times we fail to grow while waiting. But we don’t lose hope because every day is a chance to wait with a purpose. Do you have one in particular you’d like to share?

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A LADY-IN- WAITING?

If there’s one thing you don’t enjoy doing, it would be waiting! 


I hear you, I’ve been there and still there! Minutes, hours, and years of waiting for something or for someone is what we all have in common. It’s understandable to be anxious, impulsive and even scared, but what if?

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When we wait, time can either be our friend or enemy. The choice is ours to make. 

 

We are all given the gift of time. No hard work needed to get it. No special treatment. No status consideration. It’s free and available for everyone. 

 

The question now is: How do we make our time worth it especially when we’re challenged to wait?

 

WAITPOWER MAIN CATEGORIES

PERSONAL GROWTH

Waiting may lead us to tremendous personal growth if we’re willing to do our part. Does waiting with a purpose make a difference? How to maximize WaitPower? 

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

Waiting on God is one of the hardest thing to do since we’re putting our trust on the Unseen. Is God really at work while we’re waiting? 

SOCIAL GROWTH

Waiting is not done alone . While we wait, we continue to mingle with others. Our attitude towards waiting affects society. How to be a blessing to others?

WAITPOWER 2020

Year 2020 - a Year of Loss

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Year 2020 is a year of turmoil! Loss of a loved one, loss of a friendship, and loss of trust. I guess the COVID-19 pandemic took a hold of me. 🙁 

When my brother died of suicide in June, I don’t know how to share it here, maybe someday I’m ready to write about it. It made me realize that death is just here. It can happen to anyone – the grief, the pain and the comfort. Condolences to families who’ve lost their loved ones this year. 

When I had misunderstanding with a friend, it was my fault and pride. I said sorry but it seems that it’s not the same anymore. It’s a test of friendship, and some survive. If it doesn’t, the key is to let go. 

When I trusted people but they kept disappointing me, I know that I have to deal with my attitude towards them. Maybe it should be me making the adjustments and changes to work on what I have.

It’s tiring but grateful that my faith keeps me afloat. Knowing that we have Jesus to trust 100% despite all the losses means a year of loss is a year of hope. 

 

I’m not writing lately and WaitPower has been stagnant. I don’t even know when I could have my full launch. But one thing I’m sure of ~WaitPower will remain and continue its purpose. I’ll be back soon! 

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MY story of WAITING

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