Presenting yourself as someone who 'has it all together' is important in Tokyo - a city full of those who, by all appearances, appear successful. But if you dig below the layers, there is an emptiness that engulfs the soul. The product of this is the salaryman or student trying to find rest on a... Continue Reading →
“The difficulties of life do not have to be unbearable. It is the way we look at them - through faith or unbelief - that makes them seem so. We must be convinced that our Father is full of love for us and that He only permits trials to come our way for our own... Continue Reading →
Thoughts on Moving to Tokyo, 5.
I have been back home for just over 2 weeks. My (almost) 8 months in Japan feels like a blur - a dream, almost. This is by far the worst part of any kind of travel but one can feel thankful for what was learnt and taken forward in the journey of life. What I'm... Continue Reading →