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I really have been dying to write, honestly, it’s just that things got busy and now there’s this epidemic going around and apparently I have it too. Being sick is no fun – it sucks every ounce of energy and motivation to do anything out of me, which is not a good way to start the new semester.
Also, the people at UK apparently decided it was a good idea to do some major software update without telling anyone, so my blog was screwed up and I had to rebuild the whole dumb thing.
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Apartment Life, Day 12:
I like it. There are pros and cons, of course, but that’s to be expected. It’s nice having our own place and being able to get away from campus. That’s really all I have to say for now on the subject; the sickness is taking a toll on my mind as well.
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I have to confess; I lied in my last entry. Actually, I simply changed my mind. In any case, I’ve decided that I’m not going to go into any of the details of my trip to Ghana on here. First, I really don’t have the time. Second, I would rather tell you in person anyway. If you want to hear about the trip just ask me and we’ll get lunch or coffee or dinner and chat.
Third and finally, having retold story after story I have learned that which it seems every member of our team has realized after returning: You simply won’t understand. You won’t get it. No number of heart-warming stories or heart-breaking pictures will do it for you. Our team has a connection, an understanding amongst ourselves that words simply cannot describe.
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This is not to say that I do not want to tell you stories, for there is still something to be gained in their telling. Instead, I encourage you to go and serve. Go to Ghana. Go to China. Go anywhere, I don’t care, just go. That is the only way you will fully understand.
My buddy Daniel, ever since returning from his first mission trip to China, urged me that a foreign mission trip was something every Christian should go on at least once.
I agree wholeheartedly.