Go on...

This popped up in my head...

To worry is vain—He will care for Your needs.
You must go on, go on in the Lord.
Tomorrow's not here and it never may be.
You must go on, go on in the Lord.

Source: http://www.hymnal.net/hymn.php/ns/125#ixzz1givNhKey

Where did this weird queasy feeling come from? I wonder.

Belated Towa

I have a problem with uploading pictures from my camera -- I'm lazy. (I would insert a greater-than less-than face here, but whenever I do that, it messes up the html...)

I was looking through what I do have, and I'm pretty sure I haven't put up Towa adventures, so here's a little bit =)

Someone I know used to work at Towa, and (from what I recall), I've heard pretty good things about them. One of the supposed highlights was their giant-sized rolls, which are slowly merging into average as more sushi places emerge with their own giant rolls...

I don't think it's supposed to be portrait but hey, you get the idea right? This was so long ago that I don't remember what was ordered but it was tasty. Haha. Sorry.

But what I was really there for was the tempura ice cream. Mmmm. I like ice cream, and I like tempura, and the two together is one deadly-but-delicious combo.

Vanilla on the left and green tea on the right.

Don't worry, I didn't eat it all myself (although I probably could have, but with regret as I stand on a weighing scale...)


Now, back to studying...

Eating the Word of God

Nom nom nom.

As I mentioned once before (in an older blog post on an older blog), my desire to blog increases exponentially when there is studying to be avoided.

Alas, a semester, two semesters, three semesters later... (okay, I blogged that last winter), it hasn't changed. This probably isn't something I should be posting online when I consider something like future employment, but it's true. Note that it's only for study avoidance, and not homework. I can do work.


So, as I mentioned, I wanted to shift the direction of the blog to something beyond just physical food. It would be a shift towards the consideration of spiritual (and occasionally psychological) food as well. Today's food shall be spiritual, because I have enjoyed a few things lately.

Because I should keep it bite-size, I will just share two verses that touched me:

"And the God of peace Himself sanctify you wholly, and may your spirit and soul and body be preserved complete, without blame, at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Faithful is He who calls you, who also will do it."

(1 thessalonians 5:23-24)

I was particularly struck by these verses because I'm so used to hearing the first verse as proof that man is a tripartite being (i.e. made of spirit, soul and body) that I totally missed what the verses are saying.

God is faithful. Many of us know that, even if we don't truly believe it in our day-to-day lives. But what is He faithful to do? He is faithful to sanctify us! As in, make us wholly (completely) holy (just like He is).

I think that's awesome.
on faith, food and flying
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