Man I’ve been absent for a while.
I haven’t really had time. Y’see, I have had an oddly busy freshers week despite no longer actually BEING a freshman.
I’ve been frantically going around seeing friends, going to various cool events, helping out with stuff, doing the Toastie Bar (which totally just eats up my nights).
Hundreds of Toasties, and way more freshers than my feeble brain can remember the all the names of (sorry), and I finally have a bit of time to sit back and reflect and write and read.
Only a bit though.
Lectures commence tomorrow.
And after seeing all the things that are coming up this semester, after this freshers week that seems to hint at many a new thing to come this year, I am highly excited.
Let’s get this underway then.
This summer was awesome, seeing everyone again and meeting so many new people. I really wish the summer didn’t have to end. Having been away from HK for such an extended amount of time in my second semester, I really wanted to go back and stay.
But time keeps moving forward and there are places I know I have to be and things I have to do.
But thank you everyone. Every ex-KGVer I got to spend time with (and I’m sorry to those I didn’t). Everyone at church, everyone in Rwanda, everyone who joined us in fellowship, prayer, singing, fun or even a bit of food.
Each of you made this a special, special time.
I’ll see you all soon.
And we’ll do it all again next year :)
According to typelogic.com, famous ENFJs include quote: “David, King of Israel”
I saw this movie today. (I know I dropped the trailer on here before…)
It was beautiful.
There was something just…better…more amazing, more moving about this film.
Snapshots of people’s actual lives, not actor’s performances.
When you see joy, someone actually experienced that joy.
When you see sadness, someone really felt that sadness.
This movie shows a single day on earth.
It shows what people on opposite sides of the world were doing on the 24th July 2010.
Living their lives, mostly unaware of what each other were up to.
It’s not a day in the life, it truly is Life in a day: a snippet of humanity, of life on this earth, on one single day.