I enter a speech contest and my mom uses her platform in commercials for peace.
In the time after completing a course and preparing for work on the site and my Korean class I saw two films: Gook by Justin Chon and The Battleship Island (군함도) by Ryoo Seung Wan. I figured I’d give my two cents—with little scholarly influence. I’ll save that for my scholarly blog (coming soon!). Gook… Continue reading My Two Cents: Gook & The Battleship Island
Once I was referred to as legit. It was my first time in a community group and my third time visiting a new church in Boston after I felt that God was guiding my life around a curve. I was probably a bit awk because none of the people I met Sunday were coming and… Continue reading 2 Legit 2 Quit
This morning I read quite an interesting devotional from Martin Luther King, Jr.’s niece, Alveda King. I really enjoyed it not only because today is the day we celebrate MLK’s birthday, but also because it’s fun to imagine the faces of a movement that have passed away utilizing today’s technology. When most people will be… Continue reading What Would MLK Tweet?
Ello peeps! I know it’s been a while, but I thought instead of waiting for the KeativeTherapy revamp to be completely done, I should just come and start posting again. I missed posting and getting feedback so, here I am! But this post is not dedicated to that. I wanted to share some new music… Continue reading Album Spotlight: The Movement, Vol. 1
First of all, THANK YOU FOR CONTINUING TO READ!!! ❤ ❤ ❤ I know I have been gone for a LONG time, but my time has been consumed by something I'd like to call graduate school applications. I just wanted to come and give you all a post to let you know that I am… Continue reading Letters and Grad Schools and Time, Oh My!
THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER The second time I ever tasted wine was at, what is called, the Last Supper. The first time was at a Methodist church on Duke University’s campus on communion Sunday where, after about fifty or so people, I dipped my tiny piece of broken bread into the golden cup that was… Continue reading Thirty Pieces of Silver