What's up

University is the last 4 years we have before work starts. And well I was super excited about university and so far it hasn't disappointed.

Learning about things I care about, doing things that enthuse me, learning to work with people... And importantly, shaking off all those stereotypes that I have unconsciously accumulated. 

University= Unity in diversity. I am only beginning to learn how deeply competitive I am, and I thank God that He has humbled me in many ways. I am only starting to learn from people with their vastly different experience. Learning to allow more time with people, starting to slow down, to not be so caught up with being efficient. 

"The world is always sizing up people, putting people down" ~ Tom Wright, in Early Christian Letters for Everyone
This really convicted me of my competitive spirit that led me to oscillate between feeling insecure, arrogant and judgmental. 

I really thank God for all His numerous blessings :)

And here is a little of what's up with photos:

 < Steamed Chinese pumpkin cake

v Vegan chocolate cupcake with Macs vanilla ice cream...
Feeling quite conflicted about eating now. More in a while

< Vegan raspberry truffle brownies, sans raspberries because they are so expensive in Singapore
Found it too bitter for my liking; but good recipe nonetheless
From this awesome vegan cooking site, 

Only got initiated to Photo Grid collage maker recently. 

< Common theme: Love for animals

The picture on the bottom right is raw vegan chocolate avocado pudding from this vegan/raw vegan restaurant in my school called Central Park. 
I've only been there once but its closing down on 31 Oct :(

> 1. One of my modules is Intro to Public Speaking.. Speeches every tutorial. For the last one, a persuasive speech, I will be trying to convince the class to eat less meat. Herein lies the dilemma because I don't want to feel like a hypocrite.. since I give in to my cravings too.
Also reflecting on where I should stand on this issue. Plus is that I will be doing alot alot of research...

2.My new lappy which I have been typing on hours on end cos essays are the thing in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. 

3. Jung Typology test: Looks like I know myself quite well.. 

Sidewalk Gallery Cafe
- a social enterprise that aims to help the intellectually disabled. Can't say I am having the time of my life there but I really do want to make this enterprise work. 

Click on the above link and like the page!! It is a very pretty place as you can see. And kinda fulfills my childhood dream.. (another reason to praise God)