Quotes from Ed Lapiz

Posted on September 26, 2008. Filed under: Ed Lapiz | Tags: , , |

If you can’t sleep by counting the sheep, talk to the shepherd.

Sino’ng nagpahirap sa iyo noon at ginagantihan mo ang buong planeta.

Give more time, more attention.  Give more understanding, affection, love.  We should also be more open to receive such things.

We’re kind, kinder than what we show to people.  But oftentimes, we hide it because we’re afraid of being taken advantage of.  Show to other human beings what is soft and beautiful about our personalities.  We should let go and love more and give more and receive more.

We have more capacity to give many things than we are doing now.

Kung may isinuksok, may mabubunot.  This is not only applicable to savings, but also to relationships or emotional bank account.  It’s akin to what Dad calls good will

Ang kahoy na liko’t baluktot, hutukin hanggang malambot.  Kung lumaki at tumayog, mahirap na ang paghutok.


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Laging may positive and negative aspect sa isang tao, soft and hard, but you must always manifest to your own body the word kindness or what we called a soft personality, depende dapat sa kausap mo kung paano mo ihahayag yung salitang kabutihan, depende sa pag approach o pagkausap sa iyo ng tao.

Your wonderful teachings about God’s goodness in my life and in everyone else’s really motivate me. My name is Edxin, from Ilo-ilo. Even before I went to school and up until I was in college, I listened to your Broadcast on radio, titled “Day by Day”. How I wish to see you and to have some coffee with you. Pastor Ed, thank you for being who you are and I thank God he made you. I have some of your books, the Tagalog ones.

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