Do… or Do not.

My epidemiology professor includes this quote in a number of his class slides… and has succeeded in getting this wedged in my mind. Good thing though, because I have fallen into the “I’ll try” rut, time and again. On introspection, I realize that words/phrases like “I’ll try..” “Someday, I’ll do it..” or “hopefully” are comfortable…

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The Gap

Today’s teenagers are lonely, and they’re looking for connection in the wrong places. Today’s parents feel helpless, and many parents in this situation are too embarrassed to reach out for help from others. Especially if their kids are rebelling against the way they were raised. So the gap between parents and teenagers only widens. Teens…

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A field of buried Way-makers

“A gift opens the way and ushers the giver into the presence of the great.” -‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭18:16‬ ‭NIV‬‬ I know a group of people called the time-clock punchers. When I interact with them, I see a glow locked behind the small translucent window of their heart. They are so diligent at their jobs and they…

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YEAST

Hello, Thank God for home (mom’s baking) and school (biology, I think!) If you have a mom who bakes or makes pastries, and attended a good elementary school like mine, you will relate perfectly to my post today. If not, oh well – go collect some change. I’m kidding, alright? It’s the baker’s yeast I…

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UNCHARTED: Part One

  Growing up, I always loved to draw, paint and make crafts, but I did those as a hobby. The journey towards being paid for doing what I love started in 2005. It was during my pre-senior secondary school break that I first used a computer for design during a month-long stint at a graphic…

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