“More than being remembered as the Vancouver gold medalist or the Sochi silver medalist, I just want people to remember that there was once a skater named Yuna Kim.”
It is still idolatry to want God for His benefits but not for Himself.
Yuna: We’ve been compared and have competed for so long, and it seems like there won’t be that competition between us again. I think I’ll remember her the most. I don’t think there are many skaters like us two, who were constantly being compared. (x)
Mao: She and I have shared ups and downs since Juniors, always under the spotlight, always trying our best. For both me, and I’m sure it’s the same for Yuna, this Olympics was about a challenge for ourselves. And we both did it. And I’m so glad. (x)
How He Loves History by John Mark McMillan (x)
Growing up, I was in church anytime the doors were opened. I went on all the mission trips, camps, and retreatsâ¦ attended bible studies, had the best of friends, and had multiple mentors. My life was beautiful. I said “the prayer” when I was 8 and proceeded to be baptized. I laid wide eyed at…
birthday trip to chihuly land!
Seung Hoon Park, an artist from Seoul, S. Korea, is creating the most unusual images with the use of an 8×10″ camera and threading the film to mimick the look of woven textiles. Seung Hoon Park uses both 8mm and 16mm films to create his work, each with a different outcome.
(via Susan Spiritus Gallery)