awakening CHAPTER

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So Careless

thinking aloud .....

Careless with this life of mine
So Careless

Careless when I let them see the weaker side of me
Careless when I let them build ugliest part of me

Stepping into the reality of things

I often relate the life of a man to a piece of paper, floating around directed by nothing but the wind. Why? Very few of us are awoken to the realities of life and like this piece of paper, we let our lives float away.

man vs TRUTH

It's morning already; her tears are all dried up and so was her decision to leave. Of course after counting the supposed many, many years she spent with him...

The Conflict Within


"The greatest BATTLE a Man will ever fight is the battle against HIMSELF"

I wasn't the one to always put up a fight, but I had to like my life depended on it - and I knew it did.


The Awakening chapter of Who told you so centers around the coming to terms with the realities of life. Just like most believers, I was born into a Christian home so the ideology of God and His Son Jesus Christ was the foundation I grew up with, and for this I am thankful. I see it as the grace of GOD, to be born into Truth. However, God and His ways were only just a figment of my upbringing; a part inscribed into my being and termed as a religious belief. I never really had to make any real conscious effort on believing, I just knew He was there.

I found a whole different perspective of God in the year 2013. Tangible, beautiful, amazingly-worthy-extraordinary…. No word can truly explain the experience. Now I know we all have our unique salvation stories of how God revealed His true nature and love to us, but I didn’t just see a God who’s kind and mighty; full of grace and gifts, I saw the actuality of it all – To know that God truly existed was the sole information needed to be assured of a Life free from uncertainty and misconceptions. No ifs, No buts, no Maybes.

The Awakening Chapter tries to establish in us this same understanding from the my personal experiences, just as God did for me.

I carried for so many years the burden of a broken soul, literally! This chapter of who told you opens up to you all an actual phase of my life. God made me aware of the wrong perception I had of life and myself and the need to let that go. Being with fellow believers has made me see the importance of being aware of the things that hold us down. I have met a lot of Christians, and not many of us have been awoken to the realities of our lives – the part of us that needs breaking, crucifying, molding and mending. Find out how I got through….