Bad day for AACF athletics? Let’s go back to Coach Carter.
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Following Rendezvous after large group, I walked someone to their apartment in 512 Veteran. Passed by 424 Vet on the way home and as I pass by, Son of God starts playing on my mp3 player. Back in 415 Gayley, I find Sam playing 2k13.
Good times were had.
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Got Math class at 8am. Except I just realized that Thursday is the one day I don’t have Math class. Nice way to begin the final school year.
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My basketball shoes finally died on me. It’s been a good college run.
It’s funny how I’m hanging up the D12s after a blockbuster trade that recently happened. Must be that NorCal blood.
Time to search for a new pair.
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Late night driving back to UCLA can be a pain sometimes. The closing off of the freeway and a number of exits slows traffic down a ton but what I find interesting is how so many drivers seem oblivious to it until it’s too late.
For a number of miles and exit ramps, the 405 freeway has signs everywhere warning about the closed freeway ahead, the merging of all the lanes, the closed exits, etc. You can’t go past the Getty, yet… so many cars would move into the left lanes (which will be merging right) to go past the guys trying to get off the freeway and won’t budge until forced to. By that time, you’re going to stuck forever with 5 lanes of cars trying to cramp out of the final exit. By passing the other exits, they ended up at the slowest exit.
Why can’t these people see that they’re speeding towards their own doom even with all of the signs and warnings beforehand? Then I realized that everyone does the same thing all the time. Whenever I fall into sin, I often realize my fault way too late. Even when the warnings and signs and commands should have been clear to me. And that is human nature. We have tunnel vision. We can look all around us and miss everything because our sight is messed up.
We see our goals, our hopes and dreams. We see a way that we can attain these things and often fall blind to everything else. Maybe there’s a better way or a better goal, but we can’t see it ourselves. How much do you trust your own sight? If you can’t trust yourself, who can you trust?
Trust in the Lord with all your heart,
and do not lean on your own understanding.
The eyes of the Lord are in every place,
keeping watch on the evil and the good.
Last night at college group fellowship, the message was on how we depend on our work to be sufficient but it’s not. Instead you ought to trust and depend on God and His work. The same applies to our sight. I once was blind but now I see. Turn our eyes upon Jesus. Be thou my vision.
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