Monthly Archives: March 2010

When Waiting Was A Win

Just in: a small miracle happens in South Florida. A male college student, 23, had been in the routine of selling used books and DVDs on Amazon.com for survival grocery money. On average, his sales transacted smoothly, and his seller … Continue reading

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Spring Break Double Take

Spring Break was not what I expected at all. I thought it would just be a few days of work and a few days of relaxation to balance it out. Instead, it was a bruiser! Actually, Monday was fine–kind of … Continue reading

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12 Reasons

To think about someone else: 1. It can be fun. A creative outlet. 2. Jesus said that if we love him, we’ll show it by loving others. He emphasized this the night before he was crucified. And he’s God. 3. … Continue reading

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Try Patience

We throw tantrums when we’re babies, and we do it when we’re older (babies). In my tantrums, I don’t see the good that God intends for each situation. Like a two-year-old, I can only see what I want (what I … Continue reading

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Moments Like This

Not exactly singing Kelly Clarkson right now, but I’m just taking a snapshot of this unique moment in time where a few things on earth that matter to me seem to be epic failing. I’m not in a body cast, … Continue reading

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Just Wondering

Been thinking a lot lately about sovereignty–God giving meaning to every massive and tiny event that takes place, and weaving it all together according to plan. I think about it on the FIU shuttle, where there’s seat rows of two, … Continue reading

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She Isn’t The Quest

As much fun as it can be, castle-hopping is no way to live. I refuse to see life as just one quest for love after another till the day I finally find my princess. Life is more than chasing after … Continue reading

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