Soli Deo Gloria

Month: December 2020

Annual Review: 2020

This is the first time that I am doing an annual review since this is blog is still in its fledgling first year. I hope that I would make this a practice to reflect on every year, by God’s grace.

Reverse Role Models

In our everyday conversations, we may be asked about our role models, being the people that we look up to. However, when are we ever asked about our reverse role models – the people in which we study so that we may not repeat the same mistakes as they did?

Perfectionism and The Fear of Failure

Throughout high school I have always thought that the fear of failure is a good thing. On the surface I thought that the fear of failing was a no brainer. Why would anyone want to fail and not succeed? Isn’t it a good to have the desire to do a task to the best of your ability?

The Dunning-Kruger Effect

“If you think that you are smart, you are dumb. If you think that you are dumb, you are smart.”

When I was around 14 years old, this was a phrase that I always used to say in my friendship group in high school. Being 20 now (I’m slightly older albeit with questionable maturity), I think this phrase is awfully blunt. Nonetheless, I think there is some insight to be gained by this phrase.

The Importance of Communication

Today, my brother and I went for lunch with some church friends, where we decided to stop by at an Aldi after just to buy some Kombucha. Little did we know, however, that this bottle of Kombucha would be the most hard-earned Kombucha ever known.

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