Sunday, March 1, 2020

Quantum Leap of Faith


You didn't believe it, until a leap of faith bring you to where you are; your present living. Your current state doesn't define your whole life and the pause you make is like a slingshot that is ready to launch you to what you have imagined.

Timeless energy is more than a fantasy, just like our state of conscioussness that creates our reality. And so if you believe that thoughts are energy, whatever you think, you become - - the becoming of who you are or who I am.

What makes this year special is another leap to complete the cycle. Another day is added to make it whole. And that's the essense of a leap year; to wait for the right time to make it whole and complete.



We are once incomplete or broken at some point in our existence. And it took us days and months and years to finally fix or fill in what is missing.

It is when we have found an answer to 'who am I?' that we dare to take a quantum leap of faith. We move forward and say 'what's next?' what is there waiting for us that needs to unveil. 

Who is the person of our dreams? What's the kind of life that lies ahead? What does the future bring? These are tough questions that we have to uncover, not instantly but intuitively. Not something we figure it out, but just came to our higher consciousness.


The quantum leap of faith is like a leap year. We believe that time will heal and in time will make us complete. We could wait for years for someone to come along. That's a new beginning. A new milestone to move on.

© 2020 Del Cusay



Sunday, February 23, 2020

The Windows' Wind Blows


Waking up early morning staring at the window. That's a great feeling when witnessing the timelapse from dawn to sunrise! The purple skies at dawn and the silhouette of the trees is a soulful morning greeting an experience worth living.

In my hometown, the second half of February perhaps is the coolest days to remember. The cool wind and the foggy morning is a perfect time for a cup of hot coffee.

The rainy day is a perfect time to hibernate for a while and to spend some pure thinking time over a cup of hot beverage. It's all coffee... coffee and unlimited coffee!


So many thoughts coming in, just like the non-stop pouring of the rain. And when it's time to contemplate, it has to be the finest frequency of tuning in. Only the best frequency for healing of the body, mind and soul.

What makes us feel heavy at times is when we tune in to so many frequency all at the same time. Whenever our thoughts are in the past, it gives us certain anxiety whether we did our best. Whereas when we tune in to the future, it gives us some worry of what lies ahead. And then, we forget to live at the moment the present time.

As I stare at the window, I could tell how's the taste of my coffee, I could hear the chirping of the birds and I could feel the gentle wind blows. That's how I tune in to the present and it's just a wonderful thing.


While tuning in at the present, I couldn't let it pass to tune in to one of the finest frequencies of a recent past. A heavenly frequency of a great climb to remember.

That's a selective tuning in for a Soulful Sunday moment. It brings back not just pleasant memories, but it also relives the heartfelt moments.

The wind blows of February will be missed. The foggy mornings will soon be over and the rainy days will soon come to an end. But the memories will stay forever and will be tuned in to be a great frequency for all seasons. 


The next time I stare at the window, it will never be the same again until the same season will come again. But one thing I have learned is to tune in to a healing frequency even when it is raining and when the sun is not shining.

© 2020 Del Cusay




Sunday, February 16, 2020

The Ruins and The Love Story


The Taj Mahal of the Philippines. That's what 'The Ruins' of Negros is known not only in the country, but also have gained prestige and recognition globally.

Half a decade ago, in 2015 when I have finally appreciated the Italian-inspired mansion that was the talk of the town and is gaining popularity among tourist both locally and from different parts of the world.

Seeing it for the first time from a distance was a nostalgic experience about its glorious past and the story behind the mansion built with great and deepest love.


That's one of the finest architectural masterpiece shared to the world. And the ruins stand out to last over the next centuries if the legacy is preserved for the love story to be relayed to the next generations. 

What makes the ruins of Negros so special is a sad yet beautiful story with a heartfelt dedication of a mourning man to his lost wife. Just like The Taj Mahal of India when a mourning emperor built the structure in memory of his lost wife.

That's quite a similar story about immortalizing the memory of a loved one that was lost. And so the Philippines has it's own version of the great Taj Mahal of India the Ruins of Negros.



That's the greatest love. Building a lasting memory and legacy for something that is lost yet remains forever in one's heart.

Not everyone could do that and so that piece of historical masterpiece is to remind us of our greatness in our own ways.

We may not be as great as the builders of the Taj Mahal of India and the Ruins of Negros, but one thing that we can learn is that we can build great things out of greatest love when we are crushed in spirit and in deepest pain.

On this heart's month, we celebrate people's love stories and our very own. We look forward to building a great and lasting memory to share to our love ones and even share it to the world.



Love can be tough, but it moves people. It moves us mysteriously. We are reminded again that when we are brokenhearted, we can always pick up the pieces to make it whole again. We need to be complete to experience and live the greatest love we deserve.

© 2020 Del Cusay




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