Good morning! What have you learnt from the conflicts that you had or may still be experiencing in your life? Intellectually, we know what’s the right thing to do when in conflict but often times it clashes or go against our emotions. It’s challenging but not impossible to be healthier in this area. We hope … More Dim Sum – Conflict & Reconciliation (Part 8)
Greetings all! You could say Dim Sum was sold out the past week and took quite a while to restock. Even so, hope you were able to take time to digest the past many sharing. Nonetheless, rest assured that we have not closed down and will pick up from where we left off on Conflict … More Dim Sum – Conflict & Reconciliation (Part 7)
Greetings! Sometimes we may not be the most motivated in forgiving or loving others. That’s understandable though we can’t say we fully comprehend. Nonetheless, we encourage you to continue to see through the lens of Christ (vantage point of the cross) and be able to find it in you to reconcile with your feelings because … More Dim Sum – Conflict & Reconciliation (Part 6)
A lovely sunny day to all! We hope you’ve been enjoying our daily dose of Dim Sum so far. Cheers!
Good day everyone! It’s been raining every single day. It’s unfortunate for those who were caught up in the flood in KL city. Hope that it did not result in anything devastating. Our prayers go out to you. Hope you’re all well. As we have learnt briefly the nature of conflict and how to address … More Dim Sum – Conflict & Reconciliation (Part 4)
Happy Weekend! We don’t always agree on things all the time. For example,– the best place for dim sum?– Ipoh food or Penang food tastes better?– batik is from Malaysia or Indonesia? Of course, some are just for laughs but we do get into heated arguments or conflicts on certain issues that usually revolves around … More Dim Sum – Conflict & Reconciliation (Part 3)
Blessed morning! Generally, control is sought after much in life (relationships, work, studies etc.) because it gives a sense of security and confidence. How much control do we desire to have over factors such as anger, disappointment that commonly contribute to conflicts?Or do we conveniently rebut “I’ve no control over it”, “It just happened.” Allow … More Dim Sum – Conflict & Reconciliation (Part 2)