As you may have noticed, my enthusiasm for the eight weeks of the fruit of the Spirit has waned a bit. I’m sure this change is due partly to the fact that I am increasingly busy (Three exams in seven days? Story of my life. But at least I’m not BME.), but I think it’s also partly due to the fact that I’ve had a hard time generating related content the past couple weeks. This, I think, may be due to the fact that I just don’t really understand things like Kindness and Goodness outside of the context of Love, which I was the first fruit I addressed.
Instead of me aimlessly rambling, I’d like to share this trailer with you. It’s a preview of a documentary produced by a USC undergraduate about the plight of abandoned infants in South Korea and what one pastor has done to change those lives. This encapsulates goodness. I appreciate in particular as one who was adopted from China as an infant; every day, I am more and more in awe of the Hand that brought me to where I am. It gives me hope.
“”They’re not the unnecessary ones on earth. God sent them to the Earth to use them.”