Pro Life


“Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you”.  

– Jeremiah 1:5

A picture is worth a thousand word. About the picture:

Pro-life resources:


Persuasive Pro Life: How to Talk about Our Culture’s Toughest Issue
Trent Horn

Love Unleashes Life: Abortion and the Art of Communicating Truth
Stephanie Gray


Priest for Life

Human Life International

Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform: One stop Pro-life resource

Rachels Vineyard: Healing the wounds of abortion.

Life Site News: Pro Life News website

Show the Truth: Warning Graphic Photos of Abortion March for Life

The lost of generations

Dreams that will never be dreamt
Inventions that will never be created
Classics that will never be read
Art that will never be admired
Music that will never be composed or played
Histories that will never be written
Joys and sufferings that will never be experienced
Thoughts and voices that forever will be lost and silenced

Generations lost.

Fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, grandfathers, grandmothers, cousins, nephews, lovers and friends that will never be…

All because their life was ended before they were born.


I had no right

I had no right.

But  words kept coming like ghosts creeping from shadows past.

Shifting thoughts shuffling through words
all wasted in a swift breath.

There is no right way to break a heart.

You try to hide the weight of thoughts in your eyes
but they can’t lie, for I have seen them cry.

If only I could…

But there is no time to waste
Youth is watching you pass by

In time Truth will heal.


Life is Beautiful


“Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I love you
very much. I beg you to spare the life of
unborn baby that I have spiritually
adopted who is in danger of abortion”.

Prayer of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

 “Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you”.  

– Jeremiah 1:5

Versatile Blogger Award


I was never quite sure what to think about awards. I have always felt shy about such things like awards. That is not to say that I am against awards. On the contrary, I think they are an exercise in charity and justice. It is charity because it is an act of love and encouragement and justice because it is predicated in humility and truth. Then why do I feel so shy about awards? Is it because it can be an invitation towards vanity? I hope I am better than that! I guess it has more to do with the understanding that no work is done alone. That anything we do is because someone moved us or inspired us to do it. So that in celebrating our own accomplishment we are also celebrating the accomplishments of those who pointed the way for us.

Having said all that I will like to thanks Age of Discernment for nominating my blog for a Versatile Blogger Award. Age of Discernment is one of my favorite blog and one of the best Catholic blog that I read. Its whimsical honesty, love for Christ and the Church He founded and commentaries about life, work and family feels me not only with hope but also inspires me to be a better Christian. Thank you Richard!

These are 7 shocking facts about me:

1. Trust me, I am the Doctor…not really I am a doctor.

2. I skateboard almost everyday.

3. I truly believe that wine is the finest invention in human history. Take that Pascal!

4. I think bow ties are cool.

5. Time can be relative and thereby I never have enough of it.

6. Sir William Stephenson inspired the name for this blog.

7. I aspire to grow in holiness and love for Christ everyday but most days I keep falling short.

And here are my nominations:

Journey Towards Easter

Discovering the beauty of truth…do I need to say anything else?

Lance Childers

Thoughts about photography, videos and everything in between.

Frontier Ruminations

Nestled deep in the Rocky Mountains pondering life…can anyone hear the banjos in the backdrop.  Another great and versatile site about Catholic Apologetics.

J.W. Wartic-“Always Have a Reason”

Great book reviews written and Christian apologetics from an evangelical  point of view.


A blog from a loving Christian from Down Under!