Physical bruises and injuries conversations
Reveals divine protection upon me
Testifying God’s hand in my life
Showing He is omnipotent
Whining in pain
Only to be told
Being a softie
I’m human depending in Jesus
Recognize own weaknesses
Don’t deter me
To continue my journey to move forward
In my recuperation phase
Some misunderstandings begin to
Understanding each other better
Inspiration On: Thursday, 5 November 2015
Though my business mentor and mum feel I don’t need to go for x-ray scanning, I have a bad feeling. My migraine worsens. My front forehead is in pain. At times, my left jaw is in pain.
They are shocked to hear that the 16 November part-time job gives me a space to work due to tight budget. Through WhatsApp, my business mentor “What?” sends a shock signal. True that she is shocked. I am surprised of her asking me, “Is this your first physical injury?” So I answer, “This is my first physical face injury.”
She clarifies, “Not just face. You mean you had body injury before?”
“Yes. Fingers, Ankles, and legs. Knees too. When I learn ice skating and riding bicycle. And also motorbike accident.”
More question, “Normal injury like cuts and bruises from fall?”
“Normal injury like cuts and bruises from fall?”
Of course, I am stating the fact, “Motorbike accident? Nothing serious but just a fall from it?”
I answer, “Yes. Hit by motorbike during my primary 4 days. Around a few meters. Almost fell into the drain. Thank God I didn’t fell into the dirty drain. My knees suffer injuries and bruises. And I sprained my knees.”
She interprets, “God shielded you from serious injuries. These are minor pains.”
I agree, “Yes. God shielded me.”
“Then no need be a softie…..”
“What do you mean by softie? In what way do I look like a softie?” I wonder.
“Talking about your swell and pain frequently. Not look. You are a softie.” She explains.
I question, “Do I look like one? I don’t feel so.”
She interrogates, “Why is it you don’t feel so? Well…. You think you are tough?”
“Nope.” I answer.
I explain further, “I’m learning to be strong.”
“Experiential learning and challenges of life…”
That’s the conversation with my business mentor through WhatsApp who sees God in an autistic life.
Wish you all have good days and thank you.