Psalm 121 is one of my favorite passages. It was a passage that helped me through my freshman year of college. Here (october 12) is the worksheet I used for this week's Time to be. It is devoted to looking at the psalm closely and analyzing what the different words may mean to the reader.… Continue reading Time to be – October 12
Many friends do not end up being "forever friends." Eventually, friends grow individually, which can cause a natural divide in the friendship. Realizing they don't have much in common as they used to, the friends allow the friendship to fizzle out into acquaintanceship. Or at least, that is how non-"forever friend"-ships should go. Lately, the… Continue reading When rejection feels personal
Last week, I made a remark about how change can hurt. That is something I am experiencing a lot in the past week. It is not the most comfortable feeling, stretching yourself past what you have been able to think about and feel. Lately, I have been contemplating a sore spot in my life, a… Continue reading Anxiety of the ‘buzz-buzz’
GUESS WHAT!?! I started a Bible Study on campus. And it is all about 'being.' As humans, especially when living in America, I find that I am so busy. I never stop to take a breath. So, on campus, I am sitting three times a week with my friends (and even sometimes, people I do… Continue reading Time to be – October 1
I have just completed my first month of senior year. New school year. Same God. I know for a fact that I will change in some ways, and I have a feeling that this change will not be painless. This year, I aim to make this change - regardless of the pain - intentional. I… Continue reading Goals for Senior year
It never feels good to be told "no." In fact, it hurts more than most of us would like to admit. It does not even have to be an earth-shattering decision - "No, sorry, I can't get dinner tonight." "No, I cannot go with you to this appointment." "I'm sorry, I wish I could. I… Continue reading Acceptance in the face of rejection
I, very existentially, was thinking about the Lord last Tuesday. I was thinking about how I am breathing. In. Out. It was 7:45 in the morning, I was heading to class, where I would working hard, and I had a thousand things to do after class. But all I could think about was breathing. In.… Continue reading In. Out.