Becoming #SuperEpic in a Challenging World

Ikaw, ready ka na bang maging #SuperEpic? Ako ready na!

I usually read articles and comic book reviews about my favorite superhero movies. Di ako masyadong comic buff when I was younger but I became so fascinated with comic book heroes when superhero movies became a fad. Pakiramdam ko bumalik ako sa kabataan ko. Sabi nga sa mga comment sections ng mga Marvel and DC related videos na pinapanood ko sa YouTube, for superhero geeks, “it is a great time to be alive!”

Heroes are born out of a need. When change is needed, heroes step up to address the mess. Tayong mga kabataan, wala man tayong super powers o striking costumes, we have the same potential that can impact the lives of those around us – parang isang superhero!

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May Powers ka to be #SuperEpic, a book by Mighty Rasing, is both empowering and engaging. It appeals to the youth like me who are driven by the desire to make lasting impact sa mundong ating ginagalawan. It leads us to a point na bukod sa mga astig na powers at costumes ng mga comic book heroes na alam naman nating kathang-isip lang, we are full of potentials din to make a difference. Ang maganda pa, makakarelate ka talaga sa mga practical tips na binibigay ni Kuya Mighty.

Isa sa pinakagusto kong part ng #SuperEpic ay yung tungkol sa vision. Parang si Cyclops ng X-Men na kapag nagfocus siya sa isang bagay, his Optic Blast will leave much impact – matatalo ang kalaban, masisira ang anumang harang, magiging malaking tulong sa kanyang mga kakampi. Like us, if we focus our eyes on the vision God has given us, #SuperEpic ang maaari nating maiambag sa mundo. Imagine, hindi lang ito about powers, it will be about God’s purposes.

Ikaw, ready ka na bang maging #SuperEpic? Ako ready na!

Train of Thanks 07

Because we’ll never run out of things to be grateful for.

We will never run out of reasons to thank God for – be it material blessings, wisdom, company of people we dearly love, our health and sanity, and yes even the very air we breathe and the water we drink. If we will just think about it, we are definitely blessed with a lot of good things from the Lord.

It’s the time of the week again and before I formally welcome the Christmas week, let me round up some of the highlights and my thanksgiving for the past week.

  1. PSA Mini Meet-up – I was able to meet two of my co-blogger and co-officer from the Philippine Singles Association. Yes may ganun talagang grupo and I am a proud member 🙂 The group is open to all single, unattached bloggers. We have future plans and outreach ideas and I can say, this mini meet up is a tiny step closer towards our goals. Haha! Kelan kaya yung grand?
  2. I also thank God for the time to catch up with a friend and an accountability partner. It is glad to know that somehow, along your spiritual journey, you got someone on your back to pray for you and really minister to you in matters you might left unchecked. It’s doubly awesome when you know you can do the same ministry to that person.
  3. For the strength and divine favour for the Membership 101 and SNLS talks! I thank God for helping me share the Word with people in spite of my claim that I am an introvert. Haha! Most of all, I am thankful for the power of the Word to rebuke me first before I deliver the message. A double edged sword indeed.
  4. Back to Bob Ong books!image
  5. I am glad to finish Marvel’s Agents of Shield Season 1 after a few weeks. Medyo late kasi dapat noon pa, but I so love the series of plot twists in the story. I’m just wondering how long will it take me to catch up with all the episodes, considering I’m thinking na isunod ang Agent Carter, Jessica Jones and Daredevil? Seriously, thanks Marvel.

Woah! Ilang tulog na lang, Christmas na! What are the things you’re thankful for?