how im going to feel when I leave for South Africa
(via forever90s)Source: forever90s
My time in Korea is now coming to its close. With in the next 2 weeks I will have to pack up my life here in Korea and move back to the U.S. I get asked allot if I’m happy about this, if I would want to stay longer, or what I am planing to do next. When asked for my last words while still on Jeju I thought long and hard. The question came up when having a simple conversation with a friend of mine, no pressure for something enlightening, but a opportunity for enlightenment. Is it not the last words that people say that we look back on, all the rest is just background.
I thought about what I was going to say all day. The weather was beautiful and as I jumped rope for that last time on Jeju I told my friend my last words for my Jeju life.
I feel like my life is a story book I’m writing, never having enough time to scribble all the details down. As this chapter of Jeju ends I have one page left to write and lack the courage to pen down all the emotions built up. All the secrets I have held here must now die here, and all the lessons learned here written down to teach others. If my life was simply written in a story book I would like this chapter to end broken off, unfinished. To leave room for God to write His own ending. He started it He should finish it.
Personally I don’t know how other people do it. Seems like everyone can some how make the time to post on facebook, tumblr, twitter, or some other less popular blog thingy. I see people who have a job, are going to school, and watch over their siblings/ their kids post more things then I have in the past year on a weekly basis. Of course to post that much stuff they have to tell us everything that is going on in life. We are all well to familiar with that one person on our friend list that continues to post things ever min to half an hour about the most ordinary things (yet to them apparently it is something new)
I’ve noticed that this pass month I have heard more talk about the rapture, Jesus’s second coming, the destruction of America, lack of time, and spiritual battle that we are in I think more then I ever have before.
Just got back from England and let me say Oxford and Bath don’t let you down if your looking for the Jane Austen feel. London was just another New York city but with bad i mean … REALLY bad drivers, so as a new yorker I must say I was disappointed with London. England on the whole is beautiful with not so beautiful people that seem to all have a cold disposition. Its sad when Americans in another country ask if you live there as if hoping to find another friendly person to talk to instead of the cold faces.