CHRIST-mas

Posted: December 27, 2009 in Good Old Days
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At the age of 25 I thought I am more bearable with different changes at least, but I was wrong. I celebrated Christmas away from my family and the winter breeze here in the East makes me homesick proving that there are things which I can’t bear. My co-workers in the villa where I reside have set a Christmas Eve Party with lots of food (I miss Filipino foods and stuff) games and raffle to feel the festivity of the event. The phone calls I had with my family and friends eased my longing for them even though for just a few moments.

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This Christmas is very significant and I can say very emotional one because of two reasons: 1. my first Christmas abroad, 2. first Christmas that my younger brother is not here with me and my family since he died last September 04.

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I’ve met my best at Pinoy Supermarket in Al Batha Riyadh and went to a place with his co-worker and had a great time sharing thoughts, life struggles and victories and Christ.

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Receiving several greetings from my friends and family way back home is such a great relief.

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Did I cry this Christmas?

No. But my heart is crying about many things. I long for my family, my friends, the youth group and many more but as I realized I am not actually alone our God promised that he will send someone that will stay with us all throughout, He is Immanuel “God with us”, truly before I went to bed to call it a day, indeed My Jesus Christ is with me!

Comments
  1. bikoy says:

    thank you for the comment you left at my site. keep blogging and sharing your thoughts to the world🙂 happy new year

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