Tag: camp

A question like ‘Why should I go for SOW?’ does not admit of a simple answer.


Hobbes: Look, it says you have to be eighteen to buy cigarettes. Calvin: EIGHTEEN?!? By then I’ll know better! During this year’s Sec 4 Retreat, the Sec 4s opened a letter that they had written to themselves nine months ago on the last day of their Sec 3 Camp 2015. I was eager to know […]

On the Romance of Unbelonging, the Sabbath of Work-Life, and the Slowness of Love In another life, I would be a dancer. I would come alive – physically, spiritually, passionately. Then I would retreat to a solitary haven for my soul to find its sabbath. I would ponder about life and about God. I would […]

It is not physical beauty nor temporal glory nor the brightness of light dear to earthly eyes, nor the sweet melodies of all kinds of songs, nor the gentle odor of flowers, and ointments and perfumes, nor manna or honey, nor limbs welcoming the embraces of the flesh; it is not these I love when […]

(Photos Credit: Brandon Ng) “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”  – Matthew 19:14 12-year-olds are monsters. Put them in a room, and they can’t stop talking. Put them in a hall, and they start chasing each other. Put them […]

I should be more careful about the sessions I agree to take up, or what I say in the sessions that I do. Because the points I make in a session always seem self-prohetic. It’s as if God wants to validate or justify whatever I say in a session by making me live it out. […]