June Reflections

  1. Listening to Hamilton: The Musical soundtrack. Lin Manuel-Miranda is an incredibly talented creative.        
  2. Seeing my family this past week while they were in Toronto for my convocation ceremony - Time with them was good for my heart. 
  3. Reading Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Qureshi. This is a heavy book and I find myself learning and thinking deeply as I go further along in it. If you get a chance, read it? I'd love to talk about it with you and hear what you think.   
  4. Learning the art of surrender and the freedom found in it.   
  5. Wanting a chance to spend some time at a cottage for a weekend before the summer is over. 
  6. Following this really cool Instagram profile run by three young women who are passionate about travel and style. 
  7. Thinking through the gospel and how to live it out in my life, how to be intentional in my relationships, what it means to be fully satisfied in Christ, how to mourn with my friends who are grieving in different ways, how to hold onto hope at a time when the world seems to be falling apart - the list is endless.     
  8. Feeling overwhelmed and heartbroken by all the deaths that have happened around the world over these past few weeks and at the same time thankful for the hope that I have in Christ even in the face of immense evil. 
  9. Loving this blog.
  10. Looking forward to this coming week which will be my first full routine week in a long while.