Tag Archive: faith

week four in Philly/month one; The trees are turning orange. Enough said. — I am out to lunch with three other people from Renewal. They ask me if I’ve found a church and… Continue reading

GT

thankyouJesusformycolleagues moments in week three of Philly; [1019] worrying about if I’ll eat lunch by myself because Kathleen didn’t pack lunch and is going out with her friend. Matt asks the boys if… Continue reading

Sunshower

teedbits of week two in Philly; [luna] I feel blessed for the fact that I do not feel homesick. I don’t really miss anyone or anything, save for the moon and a clear view… Continue reading

Even though we’re doing basically nothing at work, I still find myself randomly breaking out into a series of maniacal grins and grimaces as I force the corners of my lips to stay neutral.… Continue reading

Pleut

Teedbits because they are long overdue: [LLW] I think it’s better to trust too much than to trust too little in a relationship. Not trusting a person can actually be hurtful. I would… Continue reading

礼物

Presents are made for the pleasure of who gives them, not for the merits of who receives them.” [The Shadow of the Wind | Carlos Ruiz Zafon] — Good book. A lot of strange stuff… Continue reading

Graduated

May 31, 2015. In which my first day as a post graduate consists of a multitude of shenanigan type happenings I can’t quite describe with a small number of words so I’ll just have to… Continue reading

Vie

Many things to say; not enough time before my designated bedtime to say it. — [peculiar] feeling of something stuck uncomfortably in the area between my throat and chest (perhaps because pursuant to… Continue reading

甜蜜

1.  “Without Jesus, this is just a social club. Develop deeper relationships; get involved in each other’s lives.” Grace reminds us what it’s all about. What RoX is about. What life is about.… Continue reading

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How is your relationship with Jesus? “I don’t know.” Others have answered in such a way and each time, I was unsatisfied with their answer. In my frustration, I would dig deeper, demanding… Continue reading