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Thursday, October 13, 2011

My thoughts

Over the course of my time in India, I have truly come to appreciate simple things that we all overlook in our normal life, especially in the US. I really enjoy things far more and don't take them for granted. The things we so commonly overlook are sometimes the things that actually matter. Because, when you're in a dorm, the food is bad, and you have to make your own, a bowl of macaroni and cheese might just save your life. If you haven't guessed it yet, that is true, real-life experience. 

4 comments:

  1. This is great preparation for college, where you will also survive on macaroni and cheese...or ramen noodles.

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  2. Keep holding up there. Hopefully you'll get some poptarts soon. They might just save your life.... :)

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  3. Hey William! It's Joseph and Caroline Antonio from St. Paul's. We just wanted to let you know that we have been praying for you and that we're taking good care of your brothers when we see them at church. We pray that you are experiencing God in powerful ways.

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  4. Hey Will the Thrill,

    Just wanted to let you know that I was praying for you and your time there in India. I know you probably can't wait to be home for the holidays and I know everyone can't wait to see you. Will, please remember that God is near and use this time to really grow in trusting Him for everything. love you man and keep up the blog.

    c-ya brother,

    Hung

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