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October 2013
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Yes, people will always judge you. But in the end, it’s always up to you to decide whether their judgement is wrong or right. 
So make your choice! :)

Yes, people will always judge you. But in the end, it’s always up to you to decide whether their judgement is wrong or right. 


So make your choice! :)

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August 2013
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Joyce Meyer

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August 2013
       


1. SHOES (especially heels)


2. Detective Stories


3. Curvy Body


4. Having my singing vocal to get its vibration and Demi Lovato’s vocal range (so awesome)


5. Having my height 160 cm or above (mine is only 158 cm) , which is why I love heels so much :D


6. Chocolate Chip cookies ♥


7. Drum (the musical instrument I’ve always wanted to learn but never got the chance to)


8. Theme Park (esp. Disney Land I haven’t been there yet and yes I want to go there so much)


9. Eating a bowl full of cereal with fresh milk every morning (just like a little kid)


10. Playing video games (any games that make me wanna play more and more)

13
August 2013
  • Paediatrician: What's your name?
  • Child: Spider-Man!
  • Paediatrician: What's your other name?
  • Child: ...
  • Paediatrician: Do you have a last name?
  • Child: I'm Spider-Man.
  • Paediatrician: Can you tell me how old you are?
  • Child: I'm three.
  • Paediatrician: And are you a girl or a boy?
  • Child: Spider-Man.
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August 2013
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Personal quotes

13
August 2013
1221         leilockheart
Who needs a hug? Well, I do… :D

Who needs a hug? Well, I do… :D

09
August 2013
       

I don’t wanna count how many years it’s been, just want to keep growing together for more years and get stronger each day…

I know I should have posted this yesterday right at the time. But I was busy yesterday… so Happy late Anniversary to me and my boyfriend.
GOD bless us all the way… ♡

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August 2013
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This photo was taken by my brother at home. :)

This photo was taken by my brother at home. :)

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August 2013
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by Joyce Meyer


It’s tough to enjoy life when you don’t like yourself. People who haven’t learned to accept and get along with themselves tend to have more difficulty accepting and getting along with others. Yet, the Bible repeatedly tells us to “love your neighbor as yourself.” I personally spent years having a hard time getting along with people, until I finally realized through the Word of God how my difficulty with other people was actually “rooted” in my difficulties with myself. The Bible says a good tree will bear good fruit, and a rotten tree will bear rotten fruit. Likewise, the “fruit” of our lives comes from the “root” within us. If you’re rooted in shame, guilt, inferiority, rejection, lack of love and acceptance, etc., the fruit of your relationships will suffer. However, once you have a revelation of God’s unconditional love for you and begin to accept yourself and others, eventually these new roots will produce good fruit, and your relationships will thrive. Here are a few tips I believe will help you succeed at being yourself. 


1. Never say or think negative things about yourself, such as, “I never do anything right.” “I’ll never change.” “I’m ugly.” “I look terrible.” “I’m dumb.” “Who could ever love me?” Matthew 12:37 says, …by your words you will be justified…, and by your words you will be condemned…. Proverbs 23:7 says, …as [a man] thinketh in his heart, so is he. In other words, the way we talk and think about ourselves reveals how we feel about ourselves. 


2. Speak good things about yourself (as private confessions) in line with what the Word says about you. For example: “I am the righteousness of God in Christ.” “I am made acceptable in the Beloved.” “God created me and formed me with His own hands, and God doesn’t make mistakes.” I like starting the day making good confessions. Perhaps you can do this while you’re driving to work or cleaning house. I also encourage you to look in the mirror and say out loud, “God loves and accepts you, and so do I.” You may even try hugging yourself. This is beneficial to people who have lacked love and acceptance in their lives. 


3. Never compare yourself with other people. God must love variety or He wouldn’t have created us all differently—even down to our fingerprints. You’ll never succeed at being yourself if you’re trying to be like someone else. Other people can be a good example to you, but duplicating even their good traits will manifest differently through your individual personality. 


4. Focus on your potential instead of your limitations. Actress Helen Hayes was told early in her career that if she were four inches taller she’d be the greatest actress of her time. Her coaches tried various methods of stretching her, but nothing increased her height. She refused to concentrate on the supposed limitation of being five feet tall and decided to concentrate on her potential. As a result, she was eventually cast as Mary, Queen of Scotland—one of the tallest queens who ever lived. 


5. Find something you like to do that you do well, and do it over and over. If you spend your time doing things you’re not good at, it’ll frustrate you and cause you to feel defeated and unsuccessful. 


6. Have the courage to be different and deal with criticism. Be a God-pleaser, not a man-pleaser (seeGalatians 1:10). If you dare to be different, you’ll have to expect some criticism. Going along with the crowd—when you know in your heart God’s leading you a different way—is one reason people don’t succeed at being themselves. You won’t like yourself very much if you go against your own convictions.


7. Don’t let the way another person treats you determine your worth. 


8. Keep your flaws in perspective. People with a high level of confidence have just as many weaknesses as people without confidence, but they concentrate on their strengths—not their flaws or weaknesses. 


In conclusion, let me remind you of my opening statement: It’s tough to enjoy lifew when you don’t like yourself. When you learn to succeed at being yourself, you’ll be well on your way to enjoying life more fully.

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May 2013
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One reason we don’t see God do great things is because we only ask Him for small things. Most people pray over their food, pray for protection, or pray for wisdom. That’s all good, but don’t limit what God can do. Dare to ask God for something impossible, something out of ordinary.
Today’s Word by. Joel & Victoria Osteen
04
May 2013
"Patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting." (Joyce Meyer)

"Patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting." (Joyce Meyer)

(via spiritualinspiration)

04
May 2013
6282         psych-facts
Absolutely! :)

Absolutely! :)

(via psych-facts)

19
April 2013

I like this part: “We don’t win every fight, but when the curtain goes down, let it drop with dignity.” 

blue-lights-and-tea:

Well, its been nearly 2 weeks. We’re still not sure what the diagnosis is exactly but we think its a vasculitis. The patient has now gone into 5 organ failure. There is no coming back from this.

Liver function is now deteriorating.

Renal function is non existant, haematuria still present and is relying on haemofiltration.

Pulmonary - still having haemorrhagic sputum, dropping sats and having major difficulties in being weaned off the ventilator

GI - a distended abdomen, passing faeculant liquid into his NGT, ?possible ischaemic bowel event, not stable for surgery

Cardiac - runs of arrythmias requiring DC cardioversion on Tues, high troponins, cardiac event

Long discussion with the family and we have decided that the best thing for this poor patient is to withdraw inotropes, filtration and let them go. 

Always a sad moment, but in this world of medicine it is vital to remember to not only try to save lives but to always give the patient that needs it a “good death”. Something I heard one of the bosses talk about the other day. To know when to withdraw, when it is futile and make sure they are comfortable at all times. We don’t win every fight, but when the curtain goes down, let it drop with dignity.

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April 2013
89448         pansynancy
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April 2013
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Just don’t give up because times are hard, especially if you really want something. Keep fighting for what you want until you can’t fight anymore… until giving up is the only option left…
Gossip Girl