I really should have gotten an engineering degree instead, was the thought that came to me today while making my notes. It isn’t the regretful kind of thought. I don’t regret my stay in the Bio department. If anything, my four years in undergrad has been the most interesting times of my life with all…… Continue reading Should have, could have
“Realize that when you have people working under you, your blunders do not only affect you but everyone under you.” One of the difficult things about being a leader is admitting your mistake. It is so easy to shift the blame on other people just so you can preserve your reputation, but you will have…… Continue reading
Because school year 2016-2017 has finally come to a conclusion (and my promotion to the next year level has been more or less secured), I will take the liberty to share some of the things I have learned over the course of ten months. When entering med school, you have to be sure that it is…… Continue reading Lessons from Medical School
It has been a year and a couple of months since I left the ministry. I left partly because I was graduating then and I was working on my thesis. While it is true that working on one’s thesis is probably one of the most tiring and stressful part of undergrad, I believe I could…… Continue reading Sunrise
I learned today that trust is active. It involves more than just theory. It involves more than just intellect. It is deciding over and over again to believe even when it is difficult- especially when it is difficult. Even when you’re scared. Trust… is having faith.
1. I lose the license to act stupid 2. I need to improve the way I handle relationships 3. I need to learn what honor means 4. Commitment is saying ‘yes’ to something and seeing it through no matter what 5. I need to learn to honor my commitments 6. I need to be more…… Continue reading Now That I’m 21
Your grandfather used to tell me: It’s ok not to take high school seriously. It’s college that’s most important. While it is true that what matters in your resume are your achievements in college and more importantly, where you went to college and whether or not you got a latin honor, it is in high school that…… Continue reading A Letter to My Future Son or Daughter: On Studies