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Monday, December 10, 2007

a glass of water

Both ladies, A and B, found out that they were nearly given away to be adopted by another family.

A still feels a sense of rejection by her family. This contributes to her depression sometimes.

B feels that there is a higher purpose for her not to be given away. She thinks she is to be a blessing to her current family.


Both remind me of looking at a glass filled with water. One sees it as half empty and the other as half full.

P/S By the way,. one of the ladies mentioned is me. Guess which one?

9 Comments:

  • People here in the West will find it hard to understand that once there had been a "Chinese culture" to give away their very own babies, especially girls. Sickening but true.

    Anyway OK I'll go for B.
    God bless!

    By Blogger CP Waterman, at 12:46 PM  

  • You are definitely B!!

    By Blogger stay-at-home mum, at 2:31 PM  

  • Parents who feel they can't afford to give a new born baby the life he/she deserves often sacrifice their babies to a better home. They don't give up their babies without tears and heartaches.

    I know because my parents adopted my youngest sister when I was 12. We went to her broken down hut to pick her up. She had no clothes on her, just a towel. Her mum and sisters were crying but at the end of the day, they wanted her to have a better life, a brighter future though one needs to understand, no future is secure.

    Today, my sister is happily married, lives in Ausralia where my parents are. She has a good life and though she knows she is adopted, she considers my parents to be her real parents. She knows she is loved.

    By Anonymous Judy, at 8:08 AM  

  • Ooops, got carried away. Sorry. You are B. :)

    By Anonymous Judy, at 8:09 AM  

  • i guess B = ) is that correct? Hugs from Belgium. Mush

    By Blogger mº¿ºsh, brecht & nora, at 4:20 AM  

  • I hopped from waterman's blog. If I am not mistaken, I think you have dropped by my blog last year. Sorry, I forgot to reciprocate your comment last time. As your blog name suggests, I like your post;it's simple, precise, concise and thought provoking. I don't have to guess which one you are because Christ's love dwells in us. To tell you the truth, I was nearly given away and in fact, also nearly not given the chance to be born because of poverty, but I bore no bitterness towards my parents. I am the first to believe in Jesus. Both my late parents have come to accept Christ years before they went to be with the Lord.
    God bless and Have a Blessed Christmas.

    By Blogger wonda, at 3:22 AM  

  • cp waterman, a blessed christmas to you and family

    stay at home mum, yep!

    judy,thanks for sharing.

    nora, welcome!

    wonda, welcome and blessed christmas to you too!

    By Blogger just me, at 11:46 PM  

  • ah..most definitely the second lady!

    Thanks for 'remembering' me.......I took such a long time blog hopping! I have to not only adjust to a new life..but a new laptop..which doesn't seem to like me... ;-)

    By Anonymous mott, at 12:44 AM  

  • You must be the second lady - you are a blessing to many, not only your current home!

    Keep it up.

    BTW, I like your tall wishes for Christmas and 2008!

    Blessed Christmas.

    By Blogger Yan, at 2:14 AM  

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