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Nerf, conference, mid-terms, etc

It’s been a great, fantastic week! Things have been chugging a long and don’t show any signs of slowing down. Both good, and bad.

The workload from school continues to progress and increase. Midterms are getting closer and closer and the number of project and essays is increasing. ROTC is still taking up my Thursdays and trying to take my weekends, my job takes my mornings, I have class through the afternoon, and homework taks my evenings. I have little time for much else.

This past weekend was General Conference, my mission reunion, several Nerf events, and I had numerous people contact me about buying Nerf guns from me and having me build them for them. It’s been busy.

Friday night I went to a Mod Party where a bunch of people came together to modify and build Nerf guns. I finally learned a little about modified flywheel and electric blasters, but most of my time was spent helping others build homemade blasters and trying towork on commissions that people had bought from me but hadn’t been finished yet. I worked on these through the night and the following Saturday morning, we left early to take part in the first Human vs Zombies event of the UNFF. It was amazing fun with A TON of running. I was a human for half of it and a zombie for half. One great thing was I was able to be a ‘spitting’ zombie for some of it and was still able to shoot a little. I ran around with a sword and a small pistol which was a ton of fun. We then played NIC (Nerf-internet Community) rounds with higher powered blasters and I was able to give out my blasters for loan and the people who took part had a ton of fun. Sadly, a lot of regulars weren’t able to make it so it wasn’t a large group, but was definitely a good start for NIC with the UNFF. We went to eat at Famous Daves and in the evening we went to an arena of a new UNFF member, Derek. He came to see how things were run, but ended up having a really great time. We played with stock, unmodified blasters in the small arena and played games such as Murder and Trouble in Terrorist Town (TTT). It was a full, entire day of Nerfing from Modified blasters with HvZ, highpowered blasters with NIC, and stock with indoor. A full variety and a ton of fun. If you’re free, come join in!

On to General Conference. I wasn’t able to watch the Saturday or Priesthood sessions live, but have been catching up. The talks that stood out to me the most were on family, getting through trials, growing from tribulation. I felt so uplifted by conference. With all the unfortunate and challenging things that are happening day-by-day, it’s easy to feel discouraged. Despite this, God knows who we are, our potential, and how to help us. For example, families. All of the major things that you see people struggle with. The big things and often life-changing things, there are guidelines and help that He has given us. I felt the Spirit urging me to pay attention to the talk(s) on covenants, the temple, and families. The center of the Church, the purpose of the Gospel, and what Heavenly Father wants for us is to have celestial families for eternity and have true joy. He has given us clear direction and divine revelation through the Family Proclamation and other sources.

I was also very impressed with Priesthood session. Everyone time I listen to, read, or hear stories in conference and the talks, I am reminded about who I am and about what each of us Priesthood holders have in terms of responsiblity and power. We’re constantly reminded and warned and exhorted to never forget the divine calling that we have, that each of us have, as holders of the Priesthood, as children of Him, as members of the Church, as people who know truth, as those who have testimonies, and those who have made covenants. He has given us tremendous responsibility and tremendous trust. He loves us. He has entrusted us with His power and gifts of the Spirit. It’s up to us to live up to that. I remember a general authority mentioned how we may want to curl up under the covers and be afraid, but He has also enabled us to accomplish and live up to our potential. We can do it.

I’m so excited to be able to continue to study these talks over the next months. As I walked to school, was at work, or working on Nerf blasters, I’ve switched to listening to these conference talks instead of just listening to music. I’m so thankful for the words of living prophets that we have that guide us in these latter days.

Derrikk Sun

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The life of a college student…

The life of a college student, continued. I’ve been really busy with all the stuff I’m trying to do and behind on some things, but I need to just be more diligent. Use time wisely, be efficient, and rest and it’s time to rest. Work when it’s time to work.

This coming up week is also the large Nerf event. A mod party, and HvZ afterwards with a small NiC skirmish following that. I posting more information on homemade Nerf guns on the Utah Nerf Foam Flinger’s Facebook page and I have several people interested in purchasing blasters. Things just got busier. It just means I need to shape up and get off my butt more. I’ll be able to make a few hundred dollars from blasters, but I need to find the money to start up.

Things have been up and down, but overall okay.

One big piece of spiritual assurance today has really been my religion class. With all that’s happening, it’s harder and harder to find time to do what I used to, study the scriptures intently, attend the temple regularly, and have an overall balanced life. In my religion class, we dive deep into the scriptures and our professor has so many great insights into principles from the scriptures and how they apply to our lives. One such principle also came with a BYU talk from this past education week which was just a few weeks ago. It was on the example of Nephi and responsibility. It’s up to us what occurs. When Nephi broke his bow in the wilderness, he didn’t write ‘my bow broke’, he wrote ‘I broke my bow’. Whether or not Nephi was the cause of his bow breaking isn’t the point, but he took responsibility for what happened and then he took responsibility to find a solution. God has given us the ability to choose and to use our agency.
Life is full of ups and downs, but we do not want to be up and down. Don’t be a victim of your environment. It can be compared to a thermostat. A thermostat can sense the temperature and adjust it, while a thermometer can only sense the temperature but is stuck where it is enduring the environment around it. If you want to be happy, stop waiting around for it to hit you. Be happy. Act. Act like a happy person and you will be. It’s these kind of motivational, spiritual moments that really get me through the week.

ROTC isn’t as bad as it seems. I’m starting to kind of like it. We did some land navigation techniques and get to learn more about the military. I’m sure if it’s what I want to do for the years to come, but I am starting to like it a little more.

We’re going to be starting some exams next week, too. I’m super grateful for all the blessings I’ve received. When things seem rough and hard, there always seems to be a way to come out successful. I’m really going to try to keep updating regularly, maybe a few small updates here and there.

Talk to you later!
Derrikk Sun

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It’s been a while, but it’s been a blast too.

It’s been a little over two weeks since my last post, and it’s been chalk full of ups and downs and it’s been a blast. Some of the highlights have been all of the amazing devotionals and spiritual moments. It’s the overall stress and great spiritual uplifting here at BYU that I can remember the most.

We had a regional area multi-stake conference this past Sunday with speakers who gave such great revelation. I’m always amazing at what we take from meetings that may not have been what the speakers talked about, but is always definitely what I need to hear. The Spirit influences our thoughts and feelings and we’re made known the things we need to do. Needless to say there’s a lot that I need to improve, but I’ll try a little at a time. I’ve felt really out of the grove and adjusted to this new semester. Not as bad as coming home from a mission, but there’s a lot to do and worry about. I become even more and more grateful for the Spiritual rest and peace that we can find through the Gospel, the scriptures, and the Sabbath. I just need to work now on keeping the feeling of peace and assurance with me throughout the week. At the priesthood session, there was a talk on becoming real men. It made me think about who I am, who I want to become, and what I need to do to get there. It’s important to have reflection moments and I’m glad I was able to get some.

A second talk was on the principle of work. I rerealized that it’s the problems and challenges in life that make us who we are and we can choose to allow the hard things to make us better or worse. The speaker, our stake president, said that if God wanted to punish us, really make us suffer, He would answer all of our prayers in just the way we wanted. While God does want to help us and answer our prayers, He knows that it’s the challenges and difficults that we face that help us to become what He wants us to become. Often times, we pray for the strength to overcome our trials, so He sends us obstacles that we have to overcome and in so doing we become stronger. He doesn’t always answer as we want or think, but He does answer. The real worthwhile things are not always the easy things to do. It’s really not enough to just put in just enough effort to get by, but in order to become better people and to really progress, it requires a lot of work and effort and always being engaged in a good cause. Sometimes it’s easy to feel very overwhelmed and like there’s too much to do, but by always having something to do and always doing something productive and effective, we’re developing the attributes to be able to become more like our Heavenly Father.

On a similar note, our stake just started a new Self-Reliance class. It’ll be held every Sunday in the afternoon for the next 12 weeks. It’ll focus on the principles and good practices of personal finance and work. I feel excited to be able to continue to try to improve myself and one day I’ll be able to see a change between then and now.

There’s been so many eventful things this past few weeks. I love my Book of Mormon class this semester! It’s by far my favorite class. We go pretty indepth in the Book of Mormon, but our teacher emphasizes that he doesn’t give us all he knows about the book because he wants us to have the motivation and desire to go out and learn it for ourselves. I also realized that this is so true for parenting and how Heavenly Father works too. If we just push everything we know on others as truth, they and we won’t really receive any great benefit. But as we develop the desire to learn, we will seek our knowledge from the source of all truth our selves. As parents with children, it wouldn’t work if we mold children’s lives after how we think they should be because it’s essential that they learn and grow on their own, too. It’s, again, all about becoming and developing.

It really is truly a miracle. The translation of the Book of Mormon was brought by the power of God. Each and every word inspired.

We also watched the worldwide YSA devotional broadcast about becoming strong links for our future families and ancestors before us. It was such a perfect message for new members of the church, too. I’m always impressed with the faith and sacrifice of new member’s of the church.

I’ve started ROTC for the semester. I decided to try it out and see how it is. It’s not looking like I’m going to like it, but it’s a path to consider.

My Y-Serve program, Rural Housing Development, changed its name to Self Help Homes and we’re getting started up again.

The Nerf scene is going well. There are a few large events scheduled for later this month. I’m going to try to balance everything and still have time left over for my hobby.

That’s my rant for the past week or so. Sorry that it’s so very confusing.

Derrikk Sun

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It’s been an interesting week. It’s been busy too. We’re getting moved in and new roommates. New roommates means maybe it’s time for a new room. We’ve rearranged the living room and now it’s much more roomy and ready to receive guests! The kitchen is spruced up, and we’re getting things ready for next semester. It’s going to be a doozie! It’ll be the last semester before I submit my application to the Mechanical Engineering program and be starting all sorts of things.

In other news, it’s been pretty laid back with a lot of free time. With free time comes the issue of filling it. There’s one more week before the semester starts and other than work, there’s not very many activities going on yet. There’s plenty of time to get things settled in and figured out.

This past week I’ve felt very stressed with re-adapting to life before school starts. It’s always a big change and I have a habit of over worrying. I apologize if that has caused anyone any grief. Hopefully I’ll be able to adapt quickly and get back into the swing of things. Sometimes change is hard. Despite the overwhelming feelings of stress and worry, I’m incredibly grateful for the guidance and comfort that God give us access too. He sends help in many ways – often times in the form of people. I’m thankful for the people in my life. Through all that happens, it’s people that really matter. Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved. I’m going to work on this especially this semester.

I still have so much to learn in the coming future, more than I even realize, and I hope to be able to live up to the potential that has been given me.

I’ve felt so many answers and comfort come from prayer, scripture study, and church. With feeling overwhelmed and stressed, I didn’t know what to do. I came across several talks that were great answers to my questions. We’re here for a specific reason. Now is the time to become the person we want to be. Now. We most certainly WILL fail, at least in the short run. But it’s okay because every time we repent, we have a fresh start. No matter what trials we are faced with or mistakes we have made, God is still with us. If we really desire to have the strength and power into the trials of our lives, we absolutely need the ordinances and covenants from God. When God calls us, He prepares. Along the trail of life, we need to remember why we’re doing it. God’s plan for us is to grow and to become. Not just a list of accomplishments. God seeks to change our hearts and help us to become. Not just change our behaviors/actions, but change ourselves through faith and repentance. And the best time to start is NOW. (The Best Time to Plant a Tree)

Regarding prayer, I was impressed that many times we pray for strength, or courage, or the ability to endure. What would be the change if we prayed to have the Lord with us. We often ask for things, but how often do we ask for the Lord. After all, isn’t the gift giver greater than the gifts?

To add a little about when God calls us: When He calls, He prepares us. I thought of it as He has called us to live on this Earth now. He has called us at this time for a purpose. We may not know it precisely, but He has given us many callings. As Priesthood holders he calls missionaries, church leaders, and fathers. I never thought of it like this before, but hasn’t He called us to become fathers? Isn’t that an essential part of His plan? Then why wouldn’t He enable us and prepare us to become such? He does. He has. He is. This knowledge has brought me great comfort.

We receive so many blessings, but sometimes there comes for a time of trial. May we keep strong and keep the faith to endure optimistically.

Derrikk Sun

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Wow! How time flies!

I can’t believe that my time in Thailand is already over. Tomorrow morning I fly back to the states. It has been one truly amazing experience. Not only have I been able to take part in an internship and gain much experience with that, but I’ve been able to visit so many old friends, members of the church, and family here. It has been everything I thought it would be and more. I can’t decide what was the biggest highlight of my trip, but I can say that it was definitely worth every expense.

I was able to see new members of the church who are still active and have received so many blessings in their lives. It’s an amazing blessings to be able to see their lives change and continue to change. They are examples to me in so many ways. They live such simple lives with very little, but are still able to keep positive and stay strong. I recently visited an area of Thailand that had faced much hardship this year with the monsoon season. Many areas had been flooded and had drastically changed the lives of these people. I’m close friends with a few of them whose houses were inaccessible or whose entire belongings were destroyed and forced to live in rented housing for the time being. Despite so much hardship, they still look towards God and are thankful for what they do have.

Having traveled alone through the northeast of Thailand, I was able to see firsthand how the people lived their daily lives, something I never really had the opportunity to experience as a missionary. As a missionary, we were always well looked after by the church and our leaders. Our houses (for the most part), all had running water, air conditioning, were clean, bug free, and were, by local standards, pretty luxurious. I traveled alone hopping from one province to the next. At each place, I stayed with local families were, although were not always very well off, were also super friendly, kind, open, and welcoming. It took my a while to get used to the differences in living conditions, but I’ve grown to look towards these people’s view of optimism. Many places had no warm water, no real shower, no clean bathroom, no air conditioning, make shift kitchens, houses that were questionably sound, basic food, and had so little, but the people were also so happy and willing to give what they had to a traveler who only knew them for a few short months or less. I learned a lot these past weeks. Every where I went, it was like I was adopted into a new family. I’m terribly sad to leave.

Thanks everyone for the support and help in coming out here and having these experiences.

See you in America,
Derrikk Sun

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It’s been so great!

The past few weeks have been great! We’ve done several projects from teaching English, teaching health, and working on infrastructure projects.

One special project was the installing of a water pump, tank, and well to provide fresh water to 30 families in a mountain village. The villagers provided a list of equipment and everything else needed. HELP International provided the more expensive equipment such as water tank and water pump, but the villagers provided the labor and expertise in jungle construction. They impressively constructed a platform to place the tank on, and dug a large well to access ground water. Thai construction is extremely simple and straight forward, but effective.

One thing I’ve learned from teaching kids every week, is one, how different they all are, and how innocently loving and bonding they can be. They don’t speak our native language, are from an entirely different country, but they all share one simple thing that connects us: love. They’re able to feel our interest, concern, and love for them and it builds a bond that transcends boundaries. It’s really quite impressive. We’ve been able to see the impact we’ve had in their lives even from just a short visit every week for a limited number of weeks. I feel like giving the children an outlet and an example that they can remember can help shape their lives. Kids come from all kinds of different backgrounds, but they all have similar needs.

We’ve been working with another village to help better their economic situation. A lot of mountain villages of goods or skills that are very unique from mountain to mountain. On such village makes traditional shirts and bags that are unique to their culture. Because these villages are so small, they often only engage in trade with each other. This makes it difficult for the villagers to be able to go out trade with the outside world. We’ve been helping them design and improve their products and find the means to sell their products to a larger customer base by establishing a small business. We’ve let them come up with the plan themselves and give them suggestions, but we leave the sustainability up to them and hope that they will be able to improve and grow in the future.

We’ve had all sorts of adventures and experiences here. It’s been a great opportunity to make a difference and see new things. We only have one more week left, but I’m grateful for all that we’ve been able to do.

We’ve hiked a canyon, ridden a roller coaster in the jungle, climbed to the highest point of Thailand, tried new foods, made new friends, fit 20 people in the back of a truck, swung on a four man Ferris wheel swing, gotten super carsick, raced wooden race cars down a mountain, and have probably avoided more medical issues than I can count.

This past week I had the chance to say good bye to all the friends and members in Chiang Mai. It’s been great to get to see them all again. It’s definitely different n longer being a missionary, but it’s a new chapter in life and like a great new start too. I know that whatever is ahead is even better and where God wants me to go. So often when we’re doubting the path we are on or where we need to go, we can often find our answer through the Gospel, scripture study, prayer, being in-tune with the Spirit, and often in ways and places we don’t expect. Today at church, there were some powerful speakers, testimonies, and lessons. It amazes me that even though it was all in a different language that I would not consider myself super fluent in, I was still able to understand enough to receive my own revelation as well. Last week we weren’t able to attend church because we were not in a province with a church, and I never realized how much of a difference it makes and how much we miss out from not attending. It was probably the first Sunday I’ve missed in over two years and I could really tell a difference between the weeks. Today I felt the Holy Spirit at church. I received revelation. I was uplifted. I was motivated and strengthened. The lessons were mostly on eternal families and it made me reflect on my own life and the people in it. I’m thankful for the many blessings that He has given me and look forward to what He has in store.

Have a great week!!!

Derrikk Sun

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A great week in Thailand!

This past week has been super eventful! It’s great to be busy and be engaged in a good cause! Some of the highlights the past weeks have been getting familiar with the activities of HELP International. They work on several projects to improve the local communities. We teach english, raise awareness for public health practices, and work on infrastructure projects.

We’ve helped build a retention wall to hold back erosion when it rains. It’s interesting because not many people have experience with construction or concrete. However, Thai construction isn’t super exact. The rule of thumb is, if it works, it’s good enough.

We ride around in the back of a truck with a metal cage welded onto it. It’s not the safest or most comfortable way to travel, but it’s pretty efficient and a popular way of travel in Thailand. We weren’t allowed to ride in the back of pick up trucks as missionaries, so it’s a new experience.

We’ve had a lot of great adventures from sight seeing to work projects to fun activities.

We’ve looked at a lot of cool temples here, to the point where we’re almost templed out. There comes to a point where things that are similar start to all look alike. There are some special cool locations though, such as abnormally large Buddha statues, ancient ruins, and large towers, but for the most part, the little ones look the same.

We’re making progress on the wall, a little at a time, but it is coming along. We’re learning a lot which is good because we’re planning on building another retaining wall at another site. I’ve learned that not only do you need to know correct techniques, but efficient team work goes a long way. It would probably fall under the category of specialization, where everyone is given one job and they do that job so they become more proficient at it. If one is too diversified, they’ll likely be unable to perform any job at the same level as someone specialized. When we divide our working team into specific tasks and keep the structure, it seems to run more smoothly. If people try to see a need and work on it, there comes a point where that type of pro-activeness becomes less beneficial.

We also teach English nearly everyday to some pretty cute children. Teaching at a school in classroom is a lot different than at church as a missionary. It seems like as a missionary, we were less stressed and more focused on fun. We would teach grammar, vocabulary, and principles, but the students would come to learn and would be more willing to apply themselves. At the school, the kids are much, much younger, and many, of course, have a hard time paying attention. I feel like in some ways it’s good practice for being a parent as far being patient and understanding kids. I prefer a smaller class and more one-on-one, but sometimes we do team-teach which makes for a little more individual time. We also get the chance to teach some of the teachers at one of our schools. Teaching adults and kids are so different, but you can also see some similarities, too. Sometimes some of the teachers seem as child-like as the kids.

Rainy season is starting up and it’s poured rain just about everyday this past week or so. It’s made traveling and vacation a little difficult, but it’s something else we don’t see very often stateside. When it pours down, the volunteers here aren’t used to it so they get very excited. It reminds me of biking through the rain in the Northeast. Fun times.

I’m so grateful for the opportunities that we have each day to learn and grow. To make decisions and see the out comes. We are the authors of our own lives and I’ve seen all of the help that God gives us everyday too. There’s no lack of trials, challenges, and difficulties that we face, but despite it all, we’re able to overcome it and realize that He loves us, that Christ gives us the ability to overcome it all, and that at the end of the day we can lay down and take confidence and reassurance that if we gave our best, it’ll all work out for our good. I love Romans 8:28 “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God”. This is so true! I’ve seen it in my life and the lives of so many others. Love God and love others. Bad things happen to good people, to all people, but all things will work out to those who foster charity and love.

See you next week!
Derrikk Sun

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We’ve Arrived in Chiang Mai

This past week was super great too! We flew out of Bangkok on Friday and we’re now in Chiang Mai. We’re staying in a large house with 27 other people in a small place called Fang. It’s a three hour bus ride from Chiang Mai. There’s no air conditioning, only fans, and plenty of insects to go around. My first night I was visited by a few millipedes our first night.

We got here got a little settled in, and visited a few Buddhist temples. We stayed Saturday night in Chiang Mai, walked a marked, visited some other temples, and went to church Sunday morning. It was so great to see the members again. I talked to a bunch of people, but we’ll see them again in the weeks to come. We’ll start work tomorrow and I’m really excited.

My last few days in Bangkok were also very relaxing. We took a break from extensive sight seeing and decided to spend more time resting. I enjoyed being able to slow down, too, and enjoy the time we had instead of worrying where to go or what to do.

That’s about a summary of what we’ve done.

We didn’t have much time to write today, but we’ll make the next ones longer.

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Adventures in a foreign land!

I’ve made it to Thailand safe and sound. I’m not nearly as jet lagged as I though I’d be, but my appetite is still synced to America time. We landed and sight saw a bit, visited a few vacation spots, before finally arriving in Bangkok.

I have to say, I’m super excited to be here. It really is like visiting a second home. Attending church for the first time today was so great! Being able to see a bunch of old friends who were basically like family brought back great memories. It’s different to meet people as a regular person and not a missionary. It’s not a bad or good different, just different. Perhaps it shows more of my mindset as a missionary, but it feels like less pressure or stress going to church and meeting people as not a missionary. Now it’s a lot more like an equal and a friend. It’s a mindset that’s new. I really love the people here. It’s still a bit weird having people who seem so excited to see me, but it’s expected when you haven’t seen a friend in a while. We were able to make a few different appointments for the coming up week and the itinerary looks full. I fly to Chiang Mai on Friday to start my internship. Before then, it looks like a pretty full agenda.

We also called the family today and got to see Levi again. He’s still so cute and chubby! I know babies are a handful to take care of, but it also just seems like such a great experience!

The original plan was to stay with a friend here, but their family wasn’t accustomed to received strangers and other than the one member of the family, I didn’t know them. We changed the plan to stay at the house of a different member who was okay with it, but I knew them even less than the family. After decided to stay with the member I didn’t know instead, the family that I didn’t know changed their minds last minute and said it was okay. It was the day before I flew out too. It was such a crazy, amazing mini miracle of sorts. That the original plan would work out on its own was a much blessing and is looking to be way better than the other plan. I feel even more and more blessed and thankful for the way things just plan out. They say those who obey the commandments, worked hard as missionaries, and are diligent are blessed. I’d definitely agree as well. The family is so welcoming and nice. They prepared a lot to receive me. Fixed up a room that was not in a good state for me, replumbed the bathroom, found a small bed to stay on and made sure that there was plenty of food to eat. They are diligent in taking care of me and pretty much refuse to let me do their dishes which is a bit of a hard thing for me. I’m super grateful for their kindness.

Also, I didn’t even realize how much I’ve missed the food! Every dish we eat is so good!

Next week we’ll write from Chiang Mai and we’ll see how the internship goes.

Have a great week!!!
Derrikk Sun

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Every Week, Every Day

There was no post last week, mainly due to laziness, but the weeks to come will certainly be better.

Every day I find more and more reasons to be grateful. From friends, to family, to all the little blessings that we receive day by day. It just amazes me to realize what all our loving heavenly Father has given us.

I’ve been promoted to pretty much the highest student position I can reach at work on campus. It’s still not the best job and I’ll look around for alternatives for next semester, but I enjoy knowing that I’m contributing to the work I have.

Not much has happened, but I’m most excited to go back to Thailand for my internship and visit my old areas.

There’s actually a lot that happens every week and day, but there’s too much to write!

I’m constantly impressed on how I’ve seen the blessings of the Gospel. For example, I continue to see a pattern of sincere prayer and scripture study with the overall attitude I have. I find that things go better and I’m more optimistic when I consistently put God first.

A member of the bishopric shared a testimony and story of a three month premature baby who was given a very small chance of survival. The premie was only as long as your pinky to thumb. The member of our bishopric said was prompted to give the baby several blessings throughout the process of its growth. There were 5 premature babies in the hospital and the only one that survived was the one that received the blessings. He bore a powerful testimony of the power of the Priesthood and it was a powerful testimony meeting.

Other adventures from the past two weeks:

Machining glass! It cracks very easily and emits a very fine glass powder into the air, but other than that it is possible!

Volunteering to translate for the Church’s Gospel Library app has its rewards.

We adventured in the DI and had an all you can eat pizza buffet!!

Adventured with Thai food again. It tasted pretty good this time!

I’ll keep this one short in preparation for the crazy adventures in Thailand.

See you next week!
Derrikk Sun aka Kittens

“Anywhere you are in the world, with prayer, faith, determination, diligence, and some sacrifice, you can make a powerful contribution. Begin now.” Elder Richard G Scott