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Stuffs, and the Richness of Life

A life devoted to things is a dead life, a stump; a God-shaped life is a flourishing tree.

Proverbs 11:28

I could never have too much things.

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You Cannot Make History If You Do Not Know History

History is the most underappreciated, most underrated, but the most relevant and anticipated field of knowledge.

I won’t waste time telling you what it is because we all know what it is. 424 more words


Goodbye, New York: A love letter

Dear New York,

It’s not you, it’s me.

You exceeded my wildest expectations. I couldn’t have dreamt of the things you would teach me, and the opportunities that you would give to me… but it’s time to say goodbye.  752 more words

Stage Directions

Leading the clergy for the processional for services this morning at the cathedral was an honor and a privilege. As this was a first-time for me the experience brought back some of the same feelings as when my surgery professor handed me the scalpel for the first time. 226 more words


My Ivy League Life

As I walked towards Dodge Hall @columbia university campus this morning, I wondered, “what does it feel like to be ivy league, to be regarded as the crème de la crème, to have that mad cred?” 164 more words

Living Your Best Life

Joan Didion

Character — the willingness to accept responsibility for one’s own life — is the source from which self-respect springs.  ― Joan Didion, “On Self-Respect.” (1968)


Feelings, the Language of Love

Feelings are the language of love.

In order for us to begin to comprehend our emotions as an intelligible process we have to become aware of our feelings, no matter what they are. 334 more words