Above all else, love.

Above all else, love.

Trisha Sales is a 20-something full-time IT consultant and wife. She self-published a collection of poetry, Heartstrung, back in 2014. She became a Christian at the beginning of 2016 and is now writing about Jesus and the love of God. When she is not developing or writing code, she whiles away admiring art and literature. In other crevices of the internet, she is also now known as Mrs. Bel.


Recent Posts

Testimony: God Sees

Testimony: God Sees

I’ve been bogged down with work ever since most of the states started imposing stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of COVID-19, mostly because I have gotten involved in a project that built a contact tracing app for one state. Because of the immediate need, […]

Do not say, “I told you so.”

Do not say, “I told you so.”

words written in captivity – 03 : written on behalf of those suffering a loss or disappointment Do not say, “I told you so.”Hold your breath. Don’t say, “Things could have been better off if only you did so and so.” We don’t want to […]

새벽 (Dawn)

새벽 (Dawn)

words written in captivity – 02 Clouds move as the earth turns.The leavesThey grow and they wither.Slowly and then all at once. The turning of a season.The turning of the tide.Slowly and then all at onceAnd then once again. Where has hope gone?Watch me fade […]

사랑하자 우리

사랑하자 우리

words written in captivity – 01 Memories with you are like the end credits to a Korean drama—Sweet, warm, and tender…The kind that brings heaviness in my chest and butterflies in my stomach.I never want to reach the last frame.I never want to hear the […]

A Series of Unfortunate Events (And Why God Is Still Good)

A Series of Unfortunate Events (And Why God Is Still Good)

murphy’s law of epic proportions Have you ever had one of those days where things just doesn’t seem to go the way you wanted? Just the other day I was laughing along with over a thousand people who were watching Yuhwan’s Twitch stream as he […]