Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Tagged by Andre AGAIN...

Don't read the questions underneath until you write the names of all 5 people. This is a lot funnier if you actually randomly list the names first.NO CHEATING! DON'T LOOK AHEAD UNLESS YOU FILLED UP THE TOP!
(right whatever)

1. Lik Pin
2. Hoi Yen
3. Jeremy
4. Ryner
5. Sin Yee

1. How did you meet 1?
School: MES. Same class, Christian Fellowship, tennis...

2. On a scale of 1 -10 how would u rate your friendship with 1?
ah... 8 or 9. One of my best Banting friends!!

3. How long have you known 4?
5 years. (since Form 1 at SMK Batu Lintang)

4. How do you know number 3?
School in SMK Batu Lintang, same class.

5. Where's 5?
Somewhere in Banting I hope.

6. A fact about number 1?
umm... fights with his brothers a lot??? hehe

7. Who is 4 going out with?
I will faint and die if I find out he is going out with anyone. That is, except GOD but that doesn't sounds very right, so scratch that.

8. What does 1 do for a living?
Study. Being a good child, so to get food from his parents...?

9. Would you live with number 3?
Why not? He's awesome. I stayed with him for a few nights before when my parents were away to send one of my sisters somewhere.

10. What do you like about number 2?
Very fun to be with although there is risk of getting your bones broken cos she hits people all the time.

11. Do you miss number 5?
Not really. See her everyday le... but I do miss 3 and 4 a heck lot!!

12. Would you make out with number 4?
One thing, he's a GUY so it'll be so freaking GAY.
Second thing, it's RYNER LAI. Why would I ever...??!!! not even as a girl.... No offence, Reverend Ryner...Xo

13. What’s your opinion of number 2?
She is noisy, talkative, likes to hit people, but very fun, real and honest.

14. What's your favorite memory with number 5?
It's not a question of favourite memory but... ANY memory??!! I just know her this year lahhhh.

15. What would you do if number 1 and 2 were going out?
... Nothing much, since they ARE pretty close friends. I won't be surprised, nope nope, but just not this age lahhh

16. Ever had a long conversation with 5?
Not that I remember.

17. Have you ever slept at 2's house?
Nope. Just know her this year le...

18. Do you hang out with 3 a lot?
This is a present tense question, right?
I used to hang out with him everyday in school, but since I moved, I only can call every so often... *sigh*

19. Who have you known the longest?
Jeremy (no. 3)

20. State one of 3's traits.
One of the best friends anyone can have because he's such a good listener and gives really sound advice.

21. How often do you talk to 1?
These days... every few minutes.. hehe!

22. What about 2?
Not too often.

23. Have you ever thought of 3 as more than a friend?
Definietly. My best friend ever!!!

24. Would you go out for a date with 5?
Hmmm.... she's fun, she's bubbly, she's .... HER. No, no thanks. Not my type.

25. Do you dream about 2?

26. What did number 4 do to you that you can never forget?
He talked to me almost everyday and was the one talking almost every minute we "talked"... hehe

27. What have you done for 1 that the person never forget?
Ummmmmm... no idea.

28. What's 3's hobby?
Piano, reading, singing, doing homework???

29. Tag 5 people:
The people on the list above. XD No more tags please!!!!

Friday, April 25, 2008

Tagged by Jonathan

Instructions: Remove ONE question from below, and add in your personal question, make it a total of 20 questions, then tag 8 people in your list, list them out at the end of this post. Notify them in their chat box that he/she has been tagged.

1. Do you believe in love at first sight?

No. You may be attracted or simply physically stimulated by someone but LOVE is made of time and effort. I think so, anyway, but I'm not an expert.

2. Do you eat without brushing your teeth?

This is irrelevant and a waste of time. In fact this whole tagging thing is a waste of time. Anyway, moving on.

3. Where is the place that you want to go the most?
4. If you can have 1 dream to come true, what would it be?

Answered in previous tag.

5. Do you believe in seeing a rainbow after the rain?

I believe what I see. I see what I believe. I see a rainbow after the rain. Duh.

6. Do you like being who you are today?

Yes and no. Yes because I like, no because I don't like all. I shall explain no further because that is all the question asked. So there.
(Hal ini adalah kerana saya tidak ingin keluar tajuk. Nanti potong markah lahh!!!)

7. If you win $1 million, what would you do?

Answered (albeit incompletely) in previous tag.
But just for knowledge's sake, I would buy all the best-selling books in the world and read them. Then, I shall donate the books and a hefty sum of cash to a children's home or library or something like that. I might also want to get the grandest piano in existence, and never touch it because of its grandness...

8. If you meet someone that you love, would you confess to him/her?

Answered before.

9. Would you swim in a vat of chocolate?

And be mistakenly eaten by Daniel the choc-addict? No thank you.

10. Do you wear boxers?

Irrelevant. Next.

11. Which type of cars I love the most?

I would like a .... You know what? I have no inkling of cars whatsoever. I just ride in whatever cars that come to fetch me, and I look at the million-dollar cars with no feeling at all. And when I drive someday, I'll just take whatever I find. Sorry!

12. Which do you prefer from your other half? hug? or a kiss?

Hug. Kiss. Hug. Kiss. Why choose when you can have both? Hehe.

13. If you have faults, would you rather the people around you point out to you or would you rather they keep quiet?
14. What do you think is the most important thing in your life?
15. Are you a shopaholic or not?

Answered already. Next.

16. What kind of electronic device/gadget you own that you like most?

My MP3 player. It is so useful especially when trying to sleep (I sometimes have trouble sleeping because I tend to think too much especially on the night before or after a big event - for example, even these days I still keep thinking of the debate competition and how I would have said some things differently if given a chance) and study. Did you know that listening to Baroque music before and after studying helps you to study? Don't believe me ah?? It's true!!

17. If you have a chance, which part of your character you would like to change?


18. What makes you feel disappointed?

I feel pretty down when I lose a competition not because I wasn't good enough but because I didn't try hard enough. One of the most disappointing times was the tennis competition a few months ago. I was really upset that time. But eventually I realized my opponent was damn good, so... no regrets.

19. If given a chance, do you want to see your future?

Nope. I want to take life slow and steady. If I knew I was going to be rich and successful or poor and ugly in the future, I wouldn't care to work hard, would I? I think there is no fixed future. Everything we do today determines tomorrow. God is in control of everything that happens to us, but how we respond will make all the difference.

20. Hehe! A bonus question?!! How about this: What is your favourite colour?

I chose this question because I think colour is a very complicated thing. What is colour? Scientifically speaking, it just means white light being reflected off objects that absorb waves of different frequencies. How can it be that mere light waves can have so much effect on people's emotions, and can be transformed into masterpieces of art?!
Before my secondary-school life, my favourite colour was blue, because it is calm and serene, a deep wave of tranquillity. It is like the ocean, a calm but sometimes unexpected sea of water. It is a very agreeable colour, I should say.
After that, I started to adore the colour orange, this mainly because it reminds me of oranges and orange juice, which tickles my taste buds every time I think of orange... hehe! But it is sometimes too cheerful, so it is not a very pleasant sight when I am not particularly happy.
Right now my favourite colour is white. Why? Because it is so neutral but yet is so versatile! It can go with any other colour and still looks perfect! All colours come from nothingness, so to speak.
My least favourite, I must add, is yellow. It's kind of painful to my eyes, I don't know why. Kind of reminds me of jaundice. Oh well!

I tag: The people I tagged before this.

Now, I shall take me leave and go study. Aaaagggghhh!!!

Tagged by Andre

INSTRUCTIONS: Remove ONE question from below, and add in your personal question, make it a total of 20 questions, then tag 8 people in your list, list them out at the end of the post. Notify them in their chatbox that he/she has been tagged. Whoever does the tag will have blessings from all. (Right...)

1. Who is your all-time inspiration?

Roger Federer. No... he's going to lose. Maybe Beethoven? Too moody - and dead. Umm... Marty Sampson, Joel Houston, Darlene Zschech, Henry Seeley, Mike Guglielmucci... Amazing songwriters! How about Pn. Anita, the bestest English teacher I have ever known? Reverend Ryner who inspired me to draw closer to God. Pastor Chris Long the fantastic youth speaker. Jeremy Lim the ever-serene man of God who kept me on the road of goodness and self-control. Most of the time. Wilson Liew the Moley Musician, Wye Yii my piano shi-fu, Gordon Goh who leads worship like there's no tomorrow, Uncle Mervyn Song who inspired and inspires me to have a heart after God's presence and the young people... So many inspirations!! I would have to say it was David from the Bible, who sought after God's heart. I wanna be like the guy. Minus the mistakes with women and all that, of course.

2. What do you feel like doing now?

My mom would be so proud of me if I said I feel like studying, but what I would like to do now is sleep. I need sleep, I tell you, I don't get much of it these days. I would also like to play on a grand piano, thank you very much.

3. If you are to be stranded in a deserted island, who are the 3 blog buddies you would take with you? Why?

For one thing, if I were to be stranded on an island, it would have been with others because we would never end up on the island in the first place. Therefore, it is safe to say that any incidence of my being stranded on an island would have been because of my idiocy and lack of friends to advise me otherwise.
Secondly, if I were to be stranded on an island, the people I would want to bring would be the smartest and most resourceful people, correct? I don't seem to know anyone who fits that description. Oh well.
But just for information's sake, if I had no other choice but to die with other people, I would bring along: Hosanna my dearest sister, umm, and whoever wants to die with me...

4. Where is the place that you want to go the most?

England! I want to see the place where my favourite language originated. Hmmm that would mean I'd have to go to Italy and France and all too, right? Hmm... in that case, I want to see Wimbledon and the castles and all the rich heritage of the English people!! I also think the British accent is uber cool!! XD

5. If you can have 1 dream to come true, what would it be?

Write a mutli-million dollar best-selling novel. In fact, write many of them, then the money starts rolling in and I can waste the rest of my life suing other people for plagiarism like J. K. Rowlings.

6. Do you believe in true love?

What in the world does it mean?? I don't know much about that, but I do believe God has a plan for our lives including our future spouses and all, so if 'true love' means there is a destined someone out there waiting for you, then why not?

7. What do you want most from your lover/admirer?

Aah... there is a vast difference between lover and admirer. I wouldn't care the least for who my admirer is (unless the feeling is mutual) because admirers come and go, don't they? But lover... is someone who does a certain something-not-to-be-discussed with you, in specific English anyway. So, no comment on this.

8. If you win $1 million, what would you do?

I tell you, it won't happen, and I shan't tell you what I'd do, for "it doesn't pay to dwell on dreams". (I quote from Albus Dumbledore concerning the Mirror of Erised)

9. If you meet someone that you love, would you confess to him/her?

Heck, no, but I'd make sure she finds out in some subtle manner. I mean, why love unrequited? Waste of time, money, time, money...

10. List out 3 good points of the person that tagged you.

I don't really know Andre, but so far I know he's really talented, gentle and supersmart.

11. What are the requirements that you wish from your other half?

Ah, a more specific question unlike no.7. My other half must be a Christian, shorter than me, younger than me, poorer than me. Not really, but I should be the one providing for my family, right? It would be nice if she has musical and artistic ability, enjoys tennis and/or badminton, enjoys reading, cooks really well and likes animals... in fact I've blogged about this a long time ago. Look for it where you may find it!!!

12. Which type of person do you hate the most?

Hate is a strong word. Nevertheless some people do deserve some amount of resentment. They are those who are infinitely sarcastic like a certain Mr. XXXX in my school, terribly evil to humans and animals, and arrogant people. I shall be extremely careful not to become on of them, though...

13. What is your ambition?

Read "Too Many Dreams, Too Many Choices" by Yours Truly

14. If you have faults, would you rather the people around you point out to you or would you rather they keep quiet?

That's a tough one. If people do point out my faults, I would feel hurt. If they don't, I'll continue being faulty (that sounds wrong... oh well) and not change. either way there is some amount of damage but in the long run, I would rather be a better person than remain an ugly duckling.

15. What do you think is the most important thing in your life?

God. Definitely.

16. Are you a shopaholic?

I don't think so. I don't have any euphoria while in a shopping mall (unless it's MPH or Art Attack or something), most probably I've been constantly dragged along by my sisters every time they go shopping for clothes...

17. If you have a chance, which part of your character you would like to change?

I would want to be more hardworking, a little bit more respectful to other people, and not be so [insert faults here]. But I like myself the way I am.

18. What would you do if have an off day?

Sleep. Sleep. Sleep. Sleep. Eat. Play piano. Go online. Sleep.
There is no remedy like sleep in the whole wide world. Amen?

19. Whats the last shocking thing you have seen or heard?

Carly Smithson went out? What the ****?!! Oops, sorry, but it was shocking. I don't like Syesha, I hope she goes out soon!! Who wants to bet that it will be an all-male finale? Or... all-David finale!!

20. Whose ass would you kick if you were given the chance?

This is, unfortunately, a public blog, and so names, must not be given. Let me just say that there are some very disagreeable teachers out there in the world, and it seems that some of the worst were dropped in MES. How annoying.

ta-ta! I tag:
Only the most nothing-to-do people I can think of.
Mr. Mole
Sushi or Rice

and whoever else who has nothing better to do. XD

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Four Eyes!!

I am officially the first sibling in the Lis family ...
to wear glasses..!!!
That's right, be shocked, be amazed, be perplexed, for Samuel Kana Ak Lis now wears spectacles!!! They are for correcting minimal short-sightedness and also a more severe astigmatism on the right eye which I had suspected for some time but did not check until last Sunday. I got my glasses on Monday, so... here is the new me! At least I can see the whiteboard more clearly now... hehe!

How do I look? My friends say I look like a doctor... I wonder, is that good or bad? Hmmm... cheers!!

Wednesday, April 16, 2008


Dang. After a week or so of hard work, intense brain-storming and a week's worth of classes and homework I missed and will have to catch up with to work on our debate topics, we lost the debate. The first round!

Our team comprised of Daniel Choon, the first speaker, Derek the second speaker and me as the third speaker. The two other guys, Daryl and Mohd Ariff were reserves and were arranged to speak for the semi-finals if we won. If.

Setting out from MES at 7.30 am or so, we reached the debate venue which was SMK Sijangkang Jaya, almost an hour later. We were immediately ushered into the quarantine room to prepare. We were drawn as the affirmative team for the topic "Lengthening of school hours will help to solve social ills among school children". This was actually a good thing for us, because we were more well-versed with the topic after having discussed it for 4 or 5 days.

Our first and second speakers went up and did their stuff really smoothly, taking the very few, POIs the opposition had to offer very well. We also POI-ed the negative team many times but they could not answer at all! Their first speaker even had very broken English, saying things like "We a little bit disagree with you..." and "Students doesn't want to..." and terrible grammatical errors like that.

However, as the third speaker, I accept this loss gracefully because I know I did my best. I was absolutely enjoying myself while shooting down all the opponent's arguments and I was so damn SURE we were going to win! The opponents, my fellow debaters, and even the judges said I was good, but... the "best speaker" award went to an Indian girl who was merely reading from a script and hardly debating at all. I think the award should have been renamed as "best reader" or something.

But why did we lose? WHY?!

It was because of our REPLY SPEECH. Daniel Choon was supposed to present the reply speech, but he went and asked me to write it out for him. Without thinking of the consequences, I did so, and as a result Daniel stumbled over and over, sometimes not being able to read what I wrote and sometimes pausing for long periods to think of the last few points that I did not have time to write.

Another thing may be because of the freaking judges, who were made up of 2 Malays and one Indian. Incidentally, our opponents were made up of - you guessed it! - 2 Malays and one Indian from SMK Banting. They may have been biased or they just did not know how a debate was supposed to be carried out, because our arguments were strong, convincing and to the point, while they were reading form their scripts, not rebutting nor counter-rebutting us. Instead, the judges went and gave "best speaker" to a freaking reader, while there was another girl who was better than she.

It was a fantastic experience nevertheless. I realized that I can speak in public, I can debate and I can talk loud and clearly if I really have to... but unfortunately I went to eat lunch and talked lazily again. Oh well.

It was also a great experience because I made so many friends - not only with my fellow debaters and the ex-debate coaches but also with all the kids who come to co-debater Derek's house to hang out almost everyday.

Another good thing that I have gotten out of this is that if ever an exam essay topic in BM or English is about the "lengthening of school hours" or "having a degree is a passport to success", I will have a time of my life writing it with full conviction.


Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Planetshakers @ City Church KL

The City Church service last Sunday @ Sunway College was amazing.

Sunway University College

before concert - praying and seeking God

Before the service/concert started, Pastor Mark Varughese got us all to start preparing our hearts and praying. He said that although many came to see Planetshakers, but we have to bring an atmosphere of praise even before the band starts playing.

Ps Chris pray

Pastor Chris Long was also called up to pray for the youths, for the community, for the country, and for God's pressence to come down and all that.

Lights on
Lights off

By the way some of the boys from my church (Matthew, Nathanael, Nat's cousins and I) sat at the top right balcony nearest to the stage. Very close to the stage, hence the top-view pictures of the band.

Presenting... Planetshakers!!


Can you believe it? I have never seen Henry Seeley live before... now I have!! Hehehehe... Awesome music!! Loud, hyper, noisy... ala Planetshakers! And it's the REAL Planetshakers for that fact, cos the ones that go to Kuching are only the daughter-church bands only... Xo


And guess what? The worship was awesome. The last song, Rain Down, was so intense, you could just feel the change in the atmosphere. Holy Spirit was so there and moving. People on their faces, on their knees, desperate for more or God!

And guess what else? I managed to meet up with a few people:

Joshua Wong!!

Daniel Yun and his wife...hehe

I am so glad I chose to go to Sunway to join Planetshakers in praising God and of course, having fun, instead of sitting around doing nothing on Sunday, because that was exactly what the debaters did! That is, besides playing futsal and ping pong, of coruse. Xo

Therefore, no matter what anyone says or do, I think I made the right choice because no one can guess what I was doing or assume my intentions, can they? I think I'm about the only one who knows who or what I was going there for, right? Not even the debate coach who traumatized me with drilling questions and rebuts can shake the conviction I have that it was well worth it.

There's that. Have a nice day.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Stupid stupid Dilemma

I hate this. I just absolutely despise everything when dilemmas occur. Why can't everything be smooth-sailing and all the choices straightforward and obviously RIGHT?

I got myself into debate, correct? I did well and doing well and will probably be doing well as third speaker, correct? (I hope so) And debate needs commitment and all that shit, correct?

Now there's Planetshakers concert this afternoon at 5pm and I'll be leaving to Sunway at 3pm. (Now is about 2:40pm or so) However, my team members are calling and telling me to come for practice because if I don't it shows commitment and whatever shit responsibility and all. They didn't specifically say they'll kick me out but we won't be prepared and all, so we'll make a fool of ourselves and the school.

It's so frustrating! I've been so looking forward to seeing the real Planetshakers coming and now they ARE and it's FREE and I'm almost there already but then I oh-so-ambitiously went and joined debate competition. To my surprise, I am good at it! Or so they think, anyway.

But then there's this thing called "opportunity cost". If I want something I'll have to give another thing up. If I want to do well in debate I'll have to give up going to Sunway to hear Planetshakers rock my sock off. But if I want to go and glorify God by PUTTING GOD FIRST I'll have to forgo this one debate practice. Which one would you take?

For now, I'll go for God. And I decided to turn off my phone so they won't disturb me. Hah! Besides, even if the debate people decide to kick me out (which I seriously doubt they will - forgive my ego but that's how it is) I don't CARE. Sure, I will be disappointed that I wasted about three whole days discussing and planning and all but it's going to waste even more time later because I'll have to miss school for the next four or five days for debate anyway. It is also tiring and taxing on my brain, so if they kick me out, I know I did it for God - no regrets! I think.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Something Worth Bloggin About

I am feeling very proud of myself - not because I did something great, not because I achieved a certain goal or dream, not because I was or am particularly successful at anything at all, but because I gathered my courage to face a daunting challenge of a debate audition.

I can still remember last year, when I tried out for the debate team in SMK Batu Lintang. It was 2007, in front of me sat Pn Anita and another teacher of whom I did not know and thus made a complete fool of myself addressing her with the wrong name. From that point on I had no idea what I was doing, just stammered a few sentences and then saw myself out the door to avoid more embarrassment. I even had the nerve to try again a few minutes later but after two sentences I was out again. It was such a devastating time of my Form 4 life.

Samuel: Good morning to Pn Anita and Pn Wong...

Pn Anita: NO, it's Pn (something)! How could you not know your teacher's name?

Samuel: (stammering) Oh, umm, aaah, Good morning to Pn Anita and, aaah, Pn (something). Today I will talk about "Experience more important than qualifications."
(I think it was something like that)
... But I don't agree with the topic!
(I said this to try to lighten up the mood, but to my own embarrassment)

Pn Anita: Well you have no choice, the topic was given to you!

Samuel: Ok. Now, experience is more important than qualifications. Look at Bill Gates. He dropped out of school when he was 16...

Pn Anita: NO, he dropped out at 17. You have to know things like this.

Samuel: Oh, okay. So he was more successful although he didn't go to school...

(From here, I did not know what to say, so I just mumbled a quick "thank you" and exited.)

(Second attempt)

Samuel: A very good morning to Pn Anita and Pn (something). Today I shall talk about the topic "Internet does more harm than good".
Look at the world today. Information technology like Internet has been so useful to man, from communication to study and etc.

Joyce Ting
(A Form 5 girl of whom I admired for her startling eloquence but made me miserable for this one time just because she was one of the facilitators, being an experienced debater and all): P.O.I., how about things like porn and Internet scandals?

Samuel: Exactly my point! Internet may be useful but... but... it has lots of harms...

Joyce: Oops, forgot the topic I gave to you.. teehee!

Samuel: Oh, umm, so... umm... Thank you...
(Now I ran away properly, but not before hearing Pn Anita said, "What a cute boy. Pity though". If there's any feeling in the world, it's called EMBARRASSMENT!!)

I thought I would never do it ever again. But this year, despite the embarrassing experience of Form 4, I was persuaded by my friend Daniel Choon from GFS Banting (any resemblance to Daniel Chong from Kuching? They are both kind of gay, by the way... haha!) to try out for this year's MES debate team, yesterday. But this time I was a lot more relaxed and did not have a "must-do-well-must-do-well-must-do-well" attitude which I think I had when auditioning last year back in Kuching. (Can you believe it? Competition is NEXT WEEK and they only have audition one week before!! Terrible...) And because I was a lot more relaxed and not so tense like last year, I delivered a smooth speech against the motion "A degree is a passport to success" (How odd that the topic was rather similar to last year's audition topic! The second topic last year is also same like one of the three optional topics yesterday about 1. lengthening school hours 2. Degree passport to success and 3. Information technology does more harm than good) I think I did quite a good job, with an added comfort that I had a few friends there with me to support me.

So, I must say I am so very proud of myself for facing my giants. Being here in a new place kind of gives me a confidence to speak out. I am quite a different person, I must say. If you were to say that Samuel Kana in SMK Batu Lintang is in the debate team, I would not believe you... but ... did you hear that? I am in the debate team!!
SAMUEL IS IN THE DEBATE TEAM!! I WAS SELECTED, CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?!! Actually it's not too hard to believe since most people here don't speak much English anyway. =x
But I am so very proud of myself!! I'm sure you would to if you were in my shoes.

Unfortunately, this is where the blissfulness ends. The rest will be hard work and the frightening competition next week... aaagghhh!!

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

It Is Time

Oh. Gawd.

Just quite recently, I came across a section in the New Straits Times that made me start to break out in sweat. My heart started to pump frantically as my eyes scanned the page in search of hope, but alas, IT is to come. It is time.

The Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2008 will be starting on the 12th November 2008 and ends on the 6th December 2008. What may seem so far away is actually much nearer than anyone would think.

SPM is coming and I have got to get a move on. I have got to pull my socks all the way up - right this instant or I shall suffer such undesirable consequences like last-minute cramming and falling into insanity for the lack of sleep and pleasure. Which shall also happen even if I start now, for I doubt I shall have sufficient sleep or entertainment whatsoever from this day forth. Heck, I could even fail my SPM if I don't watch it! (Note: My parents definition of failing = getting anything short of straight A1's. My definition = getting anything short of straight A1's... Same lahhhhh my parents got very high expectation of me, so do I... I think)

So, however much I regret to say this, I am obliged to say, this is where I leave blogging for some time. I do not expect to stop until the end of SPM, for there will probably be some things that I'll be dying to inform you guys, but I do not think I can or should spend too much time on any recreation or entertainment. I cannot be blabbing about some detestable teacher all the time nor can I be wasting my time telling you about my social, emotional, physical, spiritual, etc etc problems, can I?

Therefore, I shall take my leave.

"In everything you do, put God first and He will crown your efforts with success." Proverbs 3:6

"Whatever your hands find to do, do it with all your might." Ecclesiastes 9:10

"I can do ALL THINGS through Christ who strengthens me!!!" Philippians 3:14