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Finally Finals

In the spirit of finals commencing, I present an animated meme (in the style of #whatshouldwecallmedschool

My reaction when I realized I missed an exam question I knew would be on the test and know the answer cold & in my sleep:

Powerful Message

May these words encourage you and cause you to pause and reflect on the grace and blessings that God has freely given to us.

At the start, He was there.
In the end, He’ll be there.
And after all our hands have wrought, He forgives.

All is lost, find Him there.
After night, dawn is there.
After all falls apart, He repairs.

Oh, the Glory of it all is: He came here for the rescue of us all that we may live! For the glory of it all!

He is here for redemption from the fall, that we may live for the glory of it all.

After night, comes the light.
Dawn is here!
It’s a new day!

Everything will change.
Things will never be the same.
We will never be the same!

Oh, the Glory of it all is: You came here for the rescue of us all that we may live! For the glory of it all!

You are here with redemption for us all, that we may live for the glory of it all!

Text adapted from lyrics to “The Glory of it All” by David Crowder Band. All rights reserved by artist and publisher(s).

Med School Meme Fun

We’re smack in the middle of Feburgatory. A number of us began creating memes as a study break and a mildly effective humor de-stressor. Here’s a couple for your enjoyment…

A Review & Guide to Single Malt Scotch

I came across this article explaining the process of Scotch production along with a very helpful review of the regions.

A very insightful reference for any Scotch drinker worthy of bookmarking.

Introducing GentleMANhoodliness

I’ve recently been on a “be a ‘better’ (gentle)man” kick of late. To this end, I’ve started following and reading a number of websites and twitter-ers (most of them the same, but different access).
I’m not talking about how to better beat my chest and howl at the moon, but how to better my frequently suppressed inner gentleman.
Perhaps this also comes from the new-found feeling of a lack of readiness to help my son grow and develop his character and sense of etiquette, style, and social prowess (for lack of a better thought at the moment). Sure, I probably have 10 years or so to prepare him (and me, for that matter), and I don’t consider myself necessarily lacking in this arena, but it’s never too early to begin preparing.
So I have added, and will continue to do so as I discover new ones, these sites as links should you care to join me in this never-ending journey of gentlemanhoodliness discovery (or simply want to browse my findings so far).