My Profound Thoughts

Simple yet subtle.. Profoundly silly yet thought-provoking.. Sums up life..

God’s Little Cherubs

Two little Cherubs who were the most beautiful and full of love lived in heaven. God loved them and kept them by his side. There was a couple on earth who lived happily. They prayed to God to bless them with the fruit of the womb. God loved them, and he couldn’t turn a blind eye.

One day God decided to send his most loved cherubs to the couple and bless them. They received their good news and were over the moon. The little angels filled this couple’s life with love and joy they had never experienced before.

The world was too traumatic and destructive, and the cherubs didn’t survive the toxicity of it. They returned to their home with God but left the couple beautiful memories to cherish. Once the Cherubs left, the couple experienced the emptiness and a sense of loss.

They looked to heaven and asked, Why God? If you wanted them back, why send them?

God said, “you are special, now that you got two little Cherubs by my side praying for you.”

And the couple realised their blessing; the Cherubs didn’t leave them empty but left behind a lifetime of love and prayers of hope.


Amelia looked up to the sky through her bedroom window. The sky was clear, and the Orion Hunter was prominent. Her eyes welled up, and her conflicted mind was miles away, somewhere beyond the Milky Way. 

Following the trauma of the ectopic pregnancy, Amelia and her husband kept themselves busy with their career and life. They didn’t give themselves time to grieve their loss, as they never discussed it. They never felt ready for it. To others, they were calm and composed, such a great couple that dealt with the trauma smoothly. Little did they know about the dormant volcano of emotions buried within their positive and reassuring demeanour.

Now and again, Amelia cherished the memories of her short pregnancy journey and wept in silence. But she never moved on. Amelia was lost; some days, it felt like a black hole was consuming her. Those days the only things she enjoyed were the conversations with her mother as they calmed her unsettled mind.

Amelia’s mom is a person with a unique character and a woman of God. People often misunderstand her for her extraordinary interpretation of happenings in life. Amelia found comfort in her mother’s reassuring good thoughts and words of hope.

One day, seeing Amelia’s sadness in their usual conversation, her mom shared an extraordinary vision with her. It was a dream she had seen a few nights ago. A beautiful dream where little angels are playing around in heaven. And out of the blue, she said, the little ones that die go to heaven and are with God. And she looked at Amelia straight in her eye and said, “No matter what bothers you in this world, remember your Cherubs are with God, and their prayers are with you.”

Amelia closed her eyes and suddenly felt a push; she saw a little ray of hope soaking up the darkness that enveloped her.

*Flashback ends*

The couple thanked God for the crib God created in heaven for their cherubs and moved on, reflecting on the incredible journey they are part of called life.

Much Love ❤️ God bless

~ Chinchu Gibu

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About Me

I am Chinchu Kuriakose aka Chinchu Gibu. I am a writer/ blogger with a vision of spreading positivity and good cheer to the world and a Clinical Research Nurse by profession, working in Cancer Research. The creative side of me adores nature, humanity, romance and emotions; while the professional side of me works on research protocols and evidence-based practice. When a feeling, a moment, a thought or a memory touches my heart, it flows as words. I do it with passion; I do it with love. Yes, it is my profound thoughts that I would like to think a bit louder, so I could share a piece of it with the outer world.


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