Author Archives: heatherheights

#classicindia

The college students on my team have lovingly been calling out things that only happen in India. Like our bus stopping for water buffalo, or seeing a bike laden with 3 people and several trays of eggs, or even a … Continue reading

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Why I left my camera at home, but why I still posted a picture with the locals.

“Lord, transform my thoughts.” My initial shock at the prospects of living in India for an entire year was justified, of course, but it was still very real, and very painful. After all, what if I was stuck in this … Continue reading

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A Common Debate.

An actual conversation with my friends:  “Hey what do you think of this quote? ‘Instead of either deporting illegal immigrants or granting them immediate citizenship, why don’t we just extend their visas, allowing them to work and stay with their … Continue reading

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Words I love

Words are beautiful, aren’t they? Here are just a few of my favorite: ~Adore ~Bewitched ~Beloved ~Cacophony ~Captivating ~Context ~Delight ~Decidedly ~Execution ~Fledgling  ~Graceful ~Grandeur  ~Hastily ~Harrowing  ~Impeccable  ~Indicative ~Muted ~Visage ~Vivacity   I know I didn’t make it all … Continue reading

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Was Jesus hot?

While babysitting yesterday, I watched an episode of Veggietales called Sweetpea Beauty. (Not nearly as good as the originals, but still, fun). Its focus was on not obsessing with our outward beauty, because “God made us each beautiful in our … Continue reading

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The reason I chose the title for this blog, besides the obvious Mumford & Sons connection, was solidified for me with the passing of Graham Stevens at 8:32 pm two weeks ago. He was 19, and died without warning. His … Continue reading

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Speaking as a Child.

There is nothing quite so humbling as learning a new language. I’m certain many of you, whoever you are, have gone through a similar experience, perhaps in a high school language class, or while visiting a foreign country. It’s quite … Continue reading

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