Posts Tagged ‘Religion’

Krabi – The Immaculate Wat Kaewkorawaram

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Darren Ng that originally appeared at Explore Life Lah!.

Date of Exploration : 11 Jan 2014

When I came to Krabi, I thought that most of my 6D5N would be spent by the beach toasting the sunshine with ice cold wine. But instead, I devoted more time touring the inland sights and discovered that this Thai destination is pretty full of surprises... and one of t (Read more...)

Krabi – Wat Sai Thai

Monday, April 7th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Darren Ng that originally appeared at Explore Life Lah!.

Date of Exploration : 12 Jan 2014

Blink, and we almost missed it. Wat Sai Thai wasn't on our Krabi itinerary but having passed it a couple of times on our way to Krabi Town from Ao Nang Beach, we decided to check it out since we had a free day. I was so glad I dropped by.

Sitting at the foot of a lime (Read more...)

Shrine in the Sky : Krabi’s Tiger Cave Temple

Sunday, April 6th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Darren Ng that originally appeared at Explore Life Lah!.

Date of Exploration : 13 Jan 2014

Whenever I think about what makes Thailand unique, two things come to mind... ladyboys and Buddhist temples. However, while the ladyboys can look as different as Cinderella and Godzilla, temples seem to differentiate little. There are few temples ('wat' in Thai) that (Read more...)

An Extension, As Well As An Exploration On The Question Of Will

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Luke Phang that originally appeared at lukeyishandsome(dot)com.

Finally, time. Time to sit down and properly write something without rushing through the words, having to produce something by the end of 30 minutes. Today's post going to be an extension over what I written yesterday, and the possible beliefs out there. The question is a complicated one, and do for (Read more...)

God’s Will vs Free Will

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Luke Phang that originally appeared at lukeyishandsome(dot)com.

So an article written by an author name Kevin A Thompson on how we should not make assumption about God's will was widely shared in my newsfeed today, and here I am again, writing a religion related post. I somehow suspect that it is more than a coincidence how my recent foray back into the Christia (Read more...)

Just What Is Family. Final Random Thoughts to the 377A Debate

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Luke Phang that originally appeared at lukeyishandsome(dot)com.

1. The central argument that the churches in Singapore have put up against the HPB's FAQ on sexuality focuses on one point; that family is the building block of society. However, many perhaps don't realize that the traditional family unit that is described by the bible have ceased long a long time a (Read more...)

The Hallway

Sunday, February 23rd, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Luke Phang that originally appeared at lukeyishandsome(dot)com.

Clark had no idea how he got there, or how long he had been there. It felt that only five minutes have passed, but it also felt like he has been wondering the place for eternity. Golden pillars stood on both his sides, reaching up to the highest point of the sky, disappearing into the clouds. A marb (Read more...)

Let Him Who Is Without Sin Cast The First Stone

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Luke Phang that originally appeared at lukeyishandsome(dot)com.

"Let him who is without sin among you be the first to cast the stone..." - John 8:7



"Our message is clear: we are on the same page as our government. We are speaking their language."


A lot of furore has been raised over the past few days over the the .pdf document that instructed Christian leaders in (Read more...)

Why Can’t We All Be Friends

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

This post is a reprint of a post by Luke Phang that originally appeared at lukeyishandsome(dot)com.

There is a war waged among us humans. On the surface, it seems like the war for the ultimate truth. A question that puts the purpose of our existence on the edge. It was not always like this though, there used to be only one truth, just different versions of it. But the dawn of science and technolo (Read more...)

Lets All Be Nude

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

This post is a reprint of a post by Luke Phang that originally appeared at lukeyishandsome(dot)com.

A few months back, I read about some guys blaming rape on the woman because of the revealing clothes they wear and thought that it was stupid.

But then I read about how some feminist who said that it's women's choice to wear how revealing they want and it's the men's fault for wanting to rape th (Read more...)