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30 Surprising Life Lessons I Learned by Age 30

I never believed this day would come so fast. I turned 30 years old today. I can't help but ponder the significance of age 30. In the Bible, the number 30 can symbolize dedication to a particular task or calling. In Old Testament, priests were dedicated to serve at 30, in part because it was the age when a person reached both physical and mental maturity and could therefore handle major responsibilities. John the Baptist was age 30 when he came out from the wilderness to pave the way for the Messiah. Jesus officially began his public ministry at 30. So, here's my 30 life lessons I learned by age 30. 1. I cannot give what I don’t possess. As ...

29 Lessons from the Past 29 years

It's hard to believe it. Today, I turn 29. The last 29 years has been an incredible journey. Here are some lessons I learned over the last 29 years. God is good. Meditate on the Word day and night. My identity, faith, legacy and my very purpose flows out of what I believe and in whom I believe. The BIBLE is a Basic Instruction Before Leaving Earth. The more you immerse yourself in the Word, your 20’s will be grounded with an unshakable foundation. When choosing your career, follow a leader worth following instead of an organization that pays well. Growing under a respected and liberating leader will help you to catapult your long-term succes...

Today’s My Birthday. Can I Ask You a Big Favor?

Yup, today's my birthday. I'm 28 years old now. Lived 10,226 days now. It's a profound moment to reflect back life and see how God, the Grand Weaver, has weaved a beautiful tapestry in my life. It took me a long time to realize that my life is not just random and meaningless strands of thread. Instead, my life is a designed precisely woven with remarkable care, thought, and intent. Will I get to live for another 50-60 more years? Who knows. As someone who is immersed with the future and the ideal, I find myself often living in the future. Though this helped me "see" things most people don't see, I found myself not content with ...