Dancing with words

From dancing in the muddy fields

to soaking in the sun o’er the hills

From riding the back of cattle

to sitting in planes once in a while

From roaming the wild grassland

to tiptoeing into university corridors

From the vibrant university corridor

to occupying office spaces

From the niche of office spaces

to staying at home with the kids

From being sidelined at home

to busy hospital corridors

From gloomy hospital corridors

to scaling the wall of HOPE

From scaling hope to PRAISING…



Last week, as I waited for the doctor to arrived I wrote this very brief story of mine in the busy and crowded waiting area.

As some of you might have known I have shifted my site to a self-hosted plarform. But now here I am unable to hire nor able to look up the cause of the site not loading. I seek help but still not yet sorted out as my weak body taking up on me. www.abidings.com is the domain should anyone wants to visit.

If and only if someone could help in any way possible, I’d be really grateful!

Dancing with words:

It’s been FOUR years since I started blogging right after my brain surgery. I thank the WordPress Team for congratulating me, calling it an ACHIEVEMENT on 17 March 2021.

Truly speaking, I’m dancing with words thst came to mind trying to help myself and others who are in the same situation as mine. Along the journey I have also met good people who help and really encourage my writing.

Today, I have published two books which were available on Amazon’s store both namely: Unconsumed: In His Abiding Grace and Walking Outside the Garden.

Uncertain Future

My little child is sitting in the corner. He is there, sometimes, scribbling notes on my smartphone. Please read it again to understand.

If it’s low on clarity it is because we speak more than one language almost on a daily basis. We speak Paite at home, Hindi with local friends, and a mixture of Hindi and English languages in workplaces, marker, and school.

We are into more than two weeks of lock down imposed by the government. Let me add here that we’re undoubtedly bored by the way.

Here is a note, which scribbled while he was alone in another room. I’m sorry for the not so relatively good writing. Yet I do believe the clarity is clear.

If you have time to go deep into heart of child in this anxious time, you see the consequences of what’s happening around us.

For now, it’s Coronavirus or COVID19 in all the news and media platforms. In the meantime, if you’re somewhere alone – stranded due to work, busy is God’s mission, please remember that we’re praying for you.

Seven Ways to Please God

Overcoming The Times

Every good gift we have has come from God, and He wants to give us “pleasure forevermore.” In gratitude for all He does for us, what can you and I do to please Him?

Finding a gift that will please God can seem challenging! Thankfully the Bible tells us not only what God hates (such as in Proverbs 6:16-19) but what He delights in as well. You and I will be most fulfilled when we fulfill God’s purpose for our lives because He loves us and wants the best for us.

Hebrews 11:6
6 But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.

This Scripture identifies faith, belief in God and believing He will do what He says He will do as…

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Marriage is between two person in love sharing their lives, of course, of opposite gender -trying to give the best version to each other with certain adjustments.

That’s how I see it. Don’t make it so complex!


Have your say, it’d be interesting for me to know more about it.

There you go again

The place bears scars of the past

The wind blown’ soft, telling stories

Familiar faces seen with gaiety

The heart skips a beat as we met

We were once more than friends

Wish we stayed just as friends

Yet it’s a wish too late.


Too many to say yet too little we say

We parted ways as we did before

There you go again amidst them

The blowing wind refreshes the mind

The road we take may cross ways

Never nearing our cherished pasts

Yet contented with our own path.


We’ll meet on moonlit nights we say

We’d walked under the moon

Counting the stars with laughter

Bliss of air seized the moment

The moment that will soon vanish

It’s a time that goes with the wind

Gone for the best it is, admits me.


I hope you still feel small

Standing under the moon

Watching your shadow in the breeze

I hope you still retaining

Your confidence in your world

I hope you still wear your warm smile

In the midst of life as we faced

Wish you well in life, forever.


P.S. This is a little bit of unusual post from me. Yet it’s about life!

I Would like to encourage you visit my self hosted sitewww.abidings.com and/or buy my books available at Amazon marketplace(s)

Only You

It’s only you

Who knows the core of me

Only you

Who walked me in my path

Hiding my delicate mind in you.

It’s only you

My refuge and my last resort

Only you

Compassionate towards me

 Whose love endures forever

It’s only you

You who saw all my want

Only you

Pouring your blessings

Beyond what I can ask for

It’s only you

In my place, you can suffer

Only you

Where my soul’s safe

Through eternity it would be

It’s only you

My only ray of hope

Only you

My Savior and my Lord

No sons of soil can save me.

It’s only you

Who holds my life safely

Only you

Clearing the storms when needed

Through you, I’ll cross the river

It’s only you

Who knows the beginning

Only you

It’s the end of time be

Everything is in your hand

It’s only you

My treasure for life

Only you

My source of joy and pride

There’s none in this world.

It’s only you

Where I can lay my trust

Only you

Of your stature and might!

Trustworthy for mankind.

It’s only you

Worthy of all  my praise

Only you

Of whom love has begun

To tell it to the ends of the world.

P.S Originally published in Abidings.com

I am Thanking you, God

Karina's Thought


Hello my beloved readers, I just want to say “Happy Thanksgiving” to all of my faithful readers and follower.  Allow me to celebrate Thanksgiving Day with a poem. I hope and pray this poem can be a reminder for us to always giving thanks to our beloved God.

Dear God:

I want to thank you for what you have already done

I am not going to wait until I see results, or receive rewards;

I am thanking you right now.

I am not going to wait until I feel better or things look better;

I am thanking you right now.

I am not going to wait until people say they are sorry or until they stop talking about me;

I am thanking you right now.

I am not going to wait until the pain in my body disappears;

I am thanking you right now.

I am not going to…

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