all these things i've done

I wanna stand up, I wanna let go
You know, you know - no you don't, you don't
I wanna shine on in the hearts of men
I wanna mean it from the back of my broken hand
// the killers.

i just rewatched the latest invisible children podcast. it's tugs rips at my heart to see how this generation of kids can influence this world on an issue of social justice like the child abductions in uganda. and perhaps even more, why this christian generation isn't also at the forefronts of issues of justice given the fact that we know the hope that His coming kingdom provides. like k. prayed in sg a few months ago... hope without God is no hope at all.

we had this amazing message at church today about what emmanuel means, and how the concept of God being with us doesn't end when christmas does. that Jesus promises his spirit to us, who is still with us. and what it means to bring light to dark places.

which got me thinking... -- life in engineering physics is a pretty dark one. i mean, here are 40+ of the brightest kids in the nation using their brains busting out all these solutions to problems in engineering ... -- what would it look like to be working towards solutions in justice.

... or even more so, to bring a gospel of hope to the darkest areas of academia to press this generation to care.

here's a list of sites i started checking daily after last semester,
learn about what's going on in your world.


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