Yor Ryeter

Posts Tagged ‘Decision’

[1: 2,065 of 10,000] My Choice Is My Life

In Journal on October 12, 2021 at 8:26 PM

I noticed that I have mental patterns like tempted to make excuses, put the blame on someone when I’m hurt, take on victim mentality, or simply pack up and leave without looking back. With those protective patterns, I know that I have to grow if I want to live free and empowered.

Life goes on with or without me, it just moves and evolves, the question is will I participate?

What I make out of my life starts from my decision whether it involves an action or inaction. It would be best that I am conscious and take responsibility in every choice that I make. It’s truly liberating the moment I stopped looking outside of myself and check in what do I really love, what is my truth.

It’s a beautiful world and I’d like to participate, to contribute my romance of optimism and curiosity, to create stories and poetries, and to hold space for love and forgiveness to rise. I’m healing every constraining patterns I’ve accumulated and inherited and it’s time for a rebirth to show others the way of lighting up and bloom where ever we are.

[1: 1,886 of 10,000] My Utmost Prayer Right Now

In Prayer on June 27, 2017 at 5:00 PM

Beloved Holy Spirit,

I call on you, humble, on my knees, praying to grant me wisdom.

The wisdom that would allow me to enter a sacred quietness to touch my soul that hears the language of a powerful discernment then I would be able to make the right choices and act on a decision out from a good intention having fierce courage because I wear my fear and resistance.

I need you so I will succeed to be a better reflection of God than I ever was yesterday. I need you so I would be at peace.

Thank you for listening to my plea. Thank you for granting your presence to be with me.




[1: 1,770 of 10,000] Respect & Honour

In Article on July 31, 2016 at 11:43 PM


Respect and honour the choices of every man. Let him decide and learn on its own. Give the space he needed to grow better.

It is true that as we live each day and we have dared to try new things and commit all types of mistakes, whether silly, accidents, or honest mistakes, it is only then that we say we learn from experience and we get better. We develop an intrinsic compass not to commit the same mistake. And at those moments, we still have to respect and honour one another. No one is perfect and it’s all right because we can start all over by having another day.

So dare and live.


[1: 390 of 10,000] Penalty: Death

In Question on October 5, 2011 at 10:39 AM

Asking the questions:

  1. Do you agree with the death penalty?
  2. Is it ever right to kill? And under what circumstances?
  3. Is it worth the risks of being wrong?

Makes me answer with yet my own series of questions:

  1. Are we sure it is the right criminal being charged of death?
  2. Are sinners not capable of change?
  3. Are prison cells and funds for their daily basic survival no longer enough to keep them secluded yet alive?
  4. Is forgiveness irrelevant?
  5. Why does a criminal kill in the first place? Isn’t he mentally sick that needs great minds to heal him?
  6. Why do some needs to repay someone with exactly the same thing? Can’t we be more generous and surprisingly kind?
  7. What does it mean when we read from the 10 Commandments of God “Thou shalt not kill”? Who is the best judge to say that a man deserved to die? If the man who is to be killed is a good man like Jesus, why then was it permitted by God the Father? Is it really right to think that there are exceptions to the rule?
  8. Is life worth not living if everything a man does is unforgivable? But who is to judge what is forgivable?

Straight answer, where do I stand?

I don’t agree for death penalty. Why will I answer someone’s brutality with yet another brutality? The criminals have problems and we need to help them get healed. It is easy to just say give up and end it but bloodshed is yet another excuse to run away from the real problem. Get with the root of the issue, get involved, care and act for solution. Is someone really born as pure evil? I’ve always believed all men have goodness inside him and it will make the whole difference.