This is the story of an unusually painful, yet ordinary life, of difficult experiences that become opportunities for grace. In what sounds like the revealing of a confidence to a trusted friend, the author explores her own heart. In a quiet but determined effort to reflect on the feminine side of God, she refers to the images of God as redundantly male, and wishes us to see in her experiences of Him, the gentleness of a woman’s heart. God may be a man but He has the heart of a woman. There is a lesson in the unfolding of these uniquely personal stories and that is: in opening your own heart to the possibilities of extraordinary love, you encounter Divine love.
1. Philippine essays. 2. Pantoja, Ting Manalac