Welcome To My Blog!

Welcome. My name is David Soh Poh Huat, author of Nature Gifts of the Soursop Leaves and Care Giving Gift Of Unconditional Love. I’m so happy to have you as a visitor to my blog about my books. This project is very special to me, and I hope to share some of that excitement with you here.
I’ll be using this blog to interact with you about Nature Gifts of the Soursop Leaves and Care Giving Gift Of Unconditional Love, expanding on some of the topics in it and blogging on some of the ideas related to my book. This is a great place for you to get to know me, and I’m looking forward to getting to know you, too. What did you think of Nature Gifts of the Soursop Leaves and Care Giving Gift Of Unconditional Love? What questions do you have for me? How do you relate to my books?
I’ll be returning here frequently with new posts and responses to feedback from you. Until next time, tell me a little bit about yourself.

6 thoughts on “Welcome To My Blog!”

  1. I’m David Chew, aged 67, and a retiree. I live in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam with my wife who is a Vietnamese.
    In the past, I had read articles on the benefits of consuming soursop fruit, and truly believe it can counter and treat cancer effectively in a person’s body. Thanks be to God that I have no cancerous growth in my body thus far; that said, I still eat soursop occasionally solely for the purpose of gaining its health benefits. But, I have never boiled the leaves and drunk the water, even though I had read about the health benefits it offers. It’s good you have written books on the subject of soursop to disseminate the health benefits that come with the fruit and the leaves. Well done David. May God bless you and enlighten you on what you are doing.

  2. Dave

    First, my condolences to your late dad, Thomas Soh , and your late sister, Susan Soh. May they rest in joy with our blessed Lord in His kingdom.

    The book on caregiving will be very useful for those who have loved ones who are critically ill, those who are near the hour of death. You have pointed out the things to expect and what a caregiver must do to give the victim proper palliative care.

    However, first of all, true love in the hearts of family members for the one who is ailing must run deep enough for them to ever think about providing caregiving. It is virtually impossible for anyone to take on palliative care, even for a family member, without a deep love for the sick member.

    Shortly put, Caregiving is only driven by a calling and a love for the ailing or dying victims. This principle will also apply to caregivers who are providing palliative care to victims who are not family members – particularly those working in Hospice and nursing homes.

    Needless to say if the family members are only after the wealth and valuable possessions of the victims at the back of their minds after he/she passes on, there can never be any good intention to provide caregiving to an ailing member.

    Well done, David. The book makes for a good read for anyone even for those who at present do not have any loved ones needing to be cared for.

    God bless
    Dave Chew

  3. My name is Clara Tan.Originally i was born in Singapore but later on migrated to Melbourne,Australia.I heard this soursop leaves tea sachet from David Soh himself.I known him through facebook and also i heard alot about the benefits of consuming the soursop leaves tea.I would loved to recommend anytime about it to all my friends and family in due cause and to consume this tea is second to none.Thank you David Soh for sharing this amazing product with me,much appreciated.And i wish you all the best for your undertaking of this fantastic soursop leaves tea.

  4. Hi,David Soh,if possible,can you send some soursop leaves tea to me in Australia to try but i am worried that through the strict law and custom system in Australia,there might be a problem for you to send them to me.What you think mate?

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