Saturday, February 27, 2010

clean up

I woke up early this morning as I was the assigned cook for the day. I was amazed that the kitchen was squeaky clean. The white tiled floor was shiny, the marble and stainless table and counter tops was sparkly and all pots and pans were in their proper places. Lucky me, I like doing my work in an orderly place. So the usual, peel here, cut there. Slice here, chop there. Mix here, sauté there. Kalas! Finish. Everything was perfect…


So I washed the dishes and all the utensils I used. But as the water poured out of the faucet, the water on the sink slowly drained the water out. It was so slow than usual. Grrr.

Let me guess… while they were all busy cleaning the tops, the floor and everything in plain sight, they forgot to clean the insides of the kitchen and under the sink.

Most of the time, we just think about the face we put out for the world to see. We just make sure that our appearance is nice, pretty and clean. While our inner being is as dirty as our kitchen sinks. Our appearance looks good but the important parts are slowly shattered. This Lenten season, lets think about how we can clean ourselves… not just the outside but also the inner parts of us.

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