Four: Evaluation

(This post is far from the convergent analysis that I thought it would / should be. I guess I’ll save the Grounds of Decision for my penultimate post.)

List of PCRF

N.B.: Commentary added in blue. Principal considerations highlighted in yellow.

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List of Mesa Moments

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P.S. I realise that my letter to God I wrote last year was such a prescient prelude to this Activity.

P.P.S. It is curious to note that ‘writing’ has not featured anywhere in any of my Discernment posts thus far.





One of my Project M files had been scheduled for a 1-day trial. But just before the trial began, the DJ called all parties’ counsels into her chambers, and scolded everyone. “This is a nonsense claim,” she said. So she strongly advised all parties to consider a drop-hands settlement.

And we settled. Settlement is so awesome.

With my afternoon freed up, I attended the ICRC careers talk at NUS. Honestly, the talk wasn’t that inspiring at all. In that regard, I am not sure how I am going to avoid the bureaucratic quagmires that I can get trapped in so easily if I choose to head in this direction.


I am getting more excited as I learn more about the Paitan Trip. I would have made my Decision before the Trip though, so the Trip itself can only serve as affirmation at most, rather than raw material for the Discernment.


At the Sec 4 camp briefing, I saw A isolated in his community. So I left my seat to talk to, and to pair up and pray with him. When I asked him what struggle in his life he would like to pray me for, he mentioned all the struggles of his friends, and how helpless he was to help them.



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I dreamt I was a whale.