The paradox of wisdom is that it’s already in you, but it’s only found through other people. I trace my rediscovery of my wisdom through different people in my time in LA.
Most of us are more Martha’s than Mary’s, and my time with Mosaic showed me how I need to consciously put in the effort to be more like Mary.
A small summary of my time with Mosaic this summer; a starting glimpse of a blog series on the stories within the summer.
Part 2 of how I ended up in Los Angeles for the Mosaic 2019 Summer Internship.
Part 1 of how I ended up in Los Angeles for the Mosaic 2019 Summer Internship.
A tribute blog post to my father on this Father’s Day, where I write about all the ways my dad is a good, good father to me.
My friend, Ryan, has a saying that there are ‘no such thing as coincidences’. Perhaps he’s wrong and the world is just perfectly timed coincidences; but I’d like to think otherwise.
We always talk about just do it, just take the leap. Now I talk about what happens after you take the leap.
Since it’s not exactly a career option to grow up and be ‘my mother’, I’ll just grow up and go on my own path and be like my mother instead.
In the final post about the future, I talk about knowledge, wisdom and discernment, and why discernment is the most important of the three.