10/31 Tweets of the Week

I love Twitter. It’s quick, accessible, and has revolutionized the way we receive and share information.

I’m going to try something new. Each week, I will share some tweets that, for better or for worse, have stuck with me. I hope you’re encouraged. I hope you stay informed.

Wow. Convicting to the core. What Pastor Kevin tweeted is the daily battle of any world changer. It’s the suicidal temptation I have to battle every day. Thank you, Pastor Kevin.

Yes, I am quoting Dory’s tweet on this one. Mainly because I can’t seem to trace the firsthand source of whoever shared this provoking thought. So why not pick our favorite fish, just to be neutral? These words are absolutely 100 percent true of how western media more often than not portrays seemingly cataclysmic issues, such as the Ebola epidemic. It reveals how blind, uninformed, and ignorant the outside world can be about international human rights issues, particularly those in Africa. Moreover it unveils an even greater disease that infects all of us. Pride. Selfishness, which often manifests itself in ethnocentrism and individualism. Sobering, indeed. Good thing that all Believers can know the ultimate remedy to the plague that affects mankind.

https://twitter.com/YoungOdaine3/status/526884087064440832

I admit it. I was wrong about waking up early. This is something I’ve only recently discovered. Yes it is difficult, but what worthwhile endeavors in life are easy? What I love about these words is how it displays the concept of how the RISK is WORTH the Reward. A very central concept to an unwasted life.

See above. #RetiredTrackleteWisdom

Again, technology is a great asset as we utilize it under the umbrella of self-control. I love how tools like Twitter allow us to connect with those across the world, in a matter of seconds! Megan is a friend of a friend who happens to share an interest for Francais. She is in California. I am in Korea. And we discovered this, in 10 SECONDS. Let’s never stop marveling. Let’s never take opportunities for granted.

Author: Derek Kunhee Kim (김건희/金健熙)

Pilgrim in Process. Univ. of San Diego Law. Retired Compassion Intern + Michigan State Tracklete. Novi HS Alumnus. Author of Four Years, Two Roads. Aspirant Polyglot.

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