I stare down my opponent, Glares that are capable of death Nobody knows why I’m angry Nobody cares to know, that’s why Glares that are capable of death My opponent is totally clueless Nobody cares to know, that’s why That’s why no one knows why My … Continue reading Rage
Dear God, Speak through me. Help me to relinquish control It's your wheel, Your car, Your insurance So I'll slide over I'll get out your seat And let you drive down my life's road Amen
Over My Head Down. Down. Down. Water... Under Filling my lungs. Can't breathe.... Help me! Please Please Please... Is this the end?
Dark, dreary, very dark Gloomy, mysterious nights That one scary night Is a memory deep in my mind When my little sister was scared Thunder was crashing Lighting was flashing It made my sister shiver She tried to climb in my bed Crying and wishing it would go away I tried to comfort, Wiped … Continue reading Wipe Your Tears Away
Type, swipe, click, press; sounds of a busy classroom? Yes! In today’s world there is much less pencil scratching, paper crumpling, and eraser swooshing. Technology has invaded the classroom and transformed the way students learn and teachers teach. I have done many hours of observations and have been introduced to different technology and applications that … Continue reading Classroom Organization & Management
He perished for me, so that I might live My Savior, my Lord took many lashes For only to Him, my heart must I give Done for me, so I wouldn’t be ashes He perished for me, my sins I’d be free He’s made a house just for me on His lands. No more running, … Continue reading Just For Me
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I must confess that during exams, I sometimes find myself spending less time with God.
Tired from hours of cramming, I start getting too tired to spend time with God after a long day’s work. I begin to lose my priorities. I unintentionally pack my days so full with study that there’s no room left for him. Before I know it, my usual routine of setting aside time for the Lord each day flies out the window. It’s not an intentional decision to turn from God… but an insidious process that happens when I lose my priorities in the face of looming barrier exams.
But every year when this happens, one particular verse comes back to me and grabs my attention. It is a famous one which has been the recurring theme of my medical school life for the last five years:
Seek first his kingdom and his…
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