1. My guide is Brother Vijin, a Jesuit seminarian. 2. See also this article on on Myanmar’s controversial citizenship laws. 3. See this article featuring the Servites. 4. Lonely Planet, Myanmar (Burma), 12th Edition (2014), p.15.
“For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then we will see face to face. Now I know only in part; then I will know fully, even as I have been fully known.”
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(Note to readers: I have inserted many links to my SOW private journal. These journal entries are inaccessible to the public.) On the second day of SOW, I crystallised four issues1 that I wanted to and thought that I would grapple with, and maybe resolve,2 during SOW. This is my post-SOW reflection; I’ll traverse each issue […]
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(Also, a Valentine’s Day post of sorts.) First Love1 is one of my new favourite P&W songs. We began using it right from the start of SOW, and when R declared that this song would always remind him of the truths he learnt in SOW, I fell a little in love with the song too. The […]
Talk to me about the truth of religion and I’ll listen gladly. Talk to me about the duty of religion and I’ll listen submissively. But don’t come talking to me about the consolations of religion or I shall suspect that you don’t understand.1 When I was 12, I got into a bad accident. My family […]
This song is stuck in my head. It’s a classic, yet I never got around to downloading it. I’m gonna learn the lyrics, like how I learnt Ketchup Song. This is for the record: maybe I can try picking up dance again this year. I was so inspired after watching this while waiting at the airport on Wednesday.
Apart from what I have already written on Bonjournal, there are many things to remember about this trip. Here are some lists. Things that I have levelled up in 1. No check-in luggage for winter travel I managed to pack everything into a carry-on backpack and a laptop case. And I survived the cold quite well! The […]