“How Do You Find Joy and Satisfaction in Christ?”

A friend asked this question to me and several others during dinner last Sunday. Something about the seriousness of the question caught me off guard, and it’s been on my mind for a while now. Probably more so because a family friend/church friend/former boss had passed away recently due to a heart attack, and the… Continue reading “How Do You Find Joy and Satisfaction in Christ?”

November 2021 Update

When I wrote my last post about how I was going to return to my normal writing schedule, I had forgotten to take into account the time I would need to spend for my law school applications. I am almost done with them now, though! Just 5 left, as of this writing. Hopefully, afterwards, I’ll… Continue reading November 2021 Update

A Quick Update (Oct)

Hello! It’s been a while since I posted here. I’ve been busy for the past few weeks (mainly because of the LSAT), and now that I’m done and on a good pace for law school apps, I will be going back to my schedule. Or at least, will try to post something here more frequently.… Continue reading A Quick Update (Oct)

A Badass Moment in History From Gombrich

I am currently reading a book called A Little History of the World by E. H. Gombrich and loving it so far. One episode, in particular, captured my attention and I wanted to share it here to give it some justice. Let’s go back. Way, way back. Sparta, a Greek state, wins the Peloponnesian War… Continue reading A Badass Moment in History From Gombrich

The Appeal of Cal Newport’s Digital Minimalism

First post! For this one, I wanted to talk about why I deleted all of my social media accounts—people usually ask about this when they find out, and every time I try to answer, I struggle to capture in words my motivation for doing what I did. Since my motivation is deeply rooted in Cal… Continue reading The Appeal of Cal Newport’s Digital Minimalism