Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Between the Seas

People say that I am at a cross-road. But in reality I am between the seas. I dwell at two places separated by the seas, the South China Seas. I have two sets of almost everything, basic essentials. One in Sabah, the other in Singapore. I don't know where my fixed abode is.
I am a person of no permanent address. I am on a journey, a long journey, a journey of more than 30 years even as Scripture says, blessed is he whose heart is set on pilgrimage. I have long been a pilgrim. One day in one place, another day in another place. I have bought too many luggage and I still need 15 boxes. If I can't bring my 250 books, I will donate them to a theological library, a seminary that needs stock up their library.

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