Sunset on a Storm

2014-12-06 17.13.42This was taken yesterday, December 6, 2014.

God is so good for sparing us from the typhoon Ruby/ Hagupit

It went further north from where we are.. still praying for other parts of the Philippines to be safe.

Thank You God for this lovely sunset!


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We can't choose what stays and fades away. So cherish every moment, pray, love, live and laugh like it's the last. – Mikee Cane

6 thoughts on “Sunset on a Storm”

  1. Talk about living in a danger zone. It’s certainly a different picture from what I see in the morning. Much more water than snow/frost/ice. I sure don’t see any palm trees. Don’t ask me why I am comparing:P I just am.

    I guess you just keep counting the sunsets with gratitude, ay? But, living with the fear of typhoons and the like…makes breathing every day a lil difficult, I’d think.


    1. For you it’d be difficult but for me, it’s not. We all die, we all have challenges, if you keep thinking about the negative ones, I am not sure how you’re living that kind of life.

      Everywhere is a danger zone and unfortunate events, disasters can happen- any time. But if you always look forward to that, I am not sure how you will be able to thank everyone/ everything around you.


      1. Well, for you, it’s like me facing icy roads in winter or risk of flooding in the summer. It’s seasonal. It would be like living in prehistoric times and complaining about the dinosaurs trashing your gathering space (where you harvest the plants for food to bring back to the cave).

        I am not sure how I live some days, myself.

        Okay, okay! I know I’m being a poo.


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