Archive for December 2012

City Harvest Church Christmas Drama 2012 Because It’s Christmas

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City Harvest Church drama team put up a very good performance.
It was so inspiring and heartwarming.
The photos above were taken at the very last day of performance.
We gave them superb standing ovation.

A lesson learnt for me from the quote in the drama:
”Children grow up very fast. Before you know it, you have missed their growing up years.”

Indeed, this resonates with what I read in a book “What Wives Wish Their Husbands Knew About Women”.
I shall become a good father in the future, spending quality time with wife and kids.

If you happen to miss the drama production, you can watch it here:

Gift from Taiwan

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A friend went to Taiwan to have a break after such a stressful examination period.
After returning to Singapore, she passed me food souvenirs.
Hmm, it looks very very very nice.
Thanks a lot, Shuhui!

Posted December 30, 2012 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Food, Photo of the Day

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FB Status

Today I posted two statuses on FB.
Basically, it is about some emotion on love.
I shall record it here:

I miss you
Ima demo anata wo kanjiru yo

I miss you
Asu ni wa aeru to shinjiteru

I miss you
Aishiteru kara

I miss you..

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and

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I had a lot of things I wanted to do…
I want to be a teacher…
I also want to be an astronaut…
and also make my own cake shop…
I want to go to the sweets bakery and say ‘I want one of everything’…

Ohhhh, I wish I could live life five times over.
Then I’d be born in five different places, and I’d stuff myself with different food from around the world…
I’d live five different lives with five different occupations…

and then, for those five times…
I’d fall in love with the same person…

-Orihime Inoue-

Posted December 28, 2012 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Facebook Stuff

Christmas Dinner 25, December, 2012

While most people celebrated Christmas with their family and friends, I spent half of Christmas day in the lab.
No choice, work commitment.
In addition to that, many canteens in school were closed. How then did I survive in the lab on that day?
Easy. Instant noodles. I had it for breakfast and lunch.
“-_-

Fortunately, I had dinner with friends over some real healthy food.
Steamboat at Hotpot Culture Marina Square.
I consider steamboat healthy food as there is not much oil used in the cooking.

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Do you see the plate with mostly vegetable there?
It was mine. Since I was lazy to wait until the soup boiled, I ate that vegetable raw.
Well, all food tastes nice to me as long as I am hungry.

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But not only steamboat, we enjoyed a-la-carte meals too.
Yummy! I finished that green veggie (kang kong).

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Some chocolate fondue to close the meal!!! Yay!!!

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My friends and I. Very dark. Somehow, my camera flash was not bright enough “-_-
Hmm, I should have more dinner gathering with them.
Smile

Christmas Gift December 2012

Received plenty gifts in this Christmas season.
Well, when I received the first gift, I was immediately nudged from the inside.
A voice in my head spoke:
”Shame on you, Jefri. You received gifts but you have not prepared gifts for your friends.”
Then I repented. I quickly got some chocolate for bookstore people Smile with tongue out Smile with tongue out Smile with tongue out 

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I shall not mention which gifts belong from which person.
Nevertheless, I shall thank you the following friends Smile
Xinyi, Praise, Cheryl, Jiali, Audreu-jie, Jayson, Celestine and Wei Qiang
I thank the LORD for giving me such wonderful friends! Open-mouthed smile Open-mouthed smile

Posted December 26, 2012 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Food, Friends, Photo of the Day

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The Ink Room Duty 22, December, 2012

YoooZZ! I am back with the news of happenings in The Ink Room, the best bookstore in the world.

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Chilled out at Coffee Bean first before the bookstore duty.

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Some of our Christmas display.
Nice products with fantastic promotion!

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My twin, Jeffrey, brought his log cake for the team. Thanks a lot, twin!!

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Then we had…. pizza dinner! Yay! Great fellowship accompanied with great food!

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We took photo with Pastor Edmund too!
Bookstore ministry is the best!!

Posted December 25, 2012 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Food, Friends, The Ink Room

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Mistake and Imperfection: On Judging Others

“Judge not, that ye be not judged”
-Matt 7:1 (KJV)-

Pastor Kong once preached on the topic of the sermon on the mount.
In this passage, Lord Jesus preached the danger of being censorious.
A censor is a person who always finds fault in others and harsh in evaluation.
While Lord Jesus still wants us to make moral judgment, He wants us to have mercy whenever we judge others.

Recently, I have been making a lot of careless mistakes in my research.
It cost me dearly: long hours of sample preparation went in vain.
A part of me told myself to learn from those mistakes and to move on.
However, another part of me questioned God: “Why did this happen, oh God? It was supposed to be a simple step”

I felt the Lord answering me: I made mistake so I can bear with other people’s mistake too.
Be it mistake in term of work or moral mistake ( I still fall into sin once in a while), any mistake I do shows me that I am imperfect.
How can an imperfect being harshly judge another imperfect being?
I still need to judge others in term of work or moral value. However, I am to be gracious in my judgment.

Strictly speaking, only Lord Jesus has the right to judge harshly since He is perfect.
Still, He chose to judge in mercy.
We can see His gracious judgment to the adulterous woman in John 8.

Another thing I read in a book (by Dr. James Dobson) regarding judging others is that before I can tell that person his/her mistake,
I need to make sure I build genuine relationship with him/her first before I can (graciously) criticize.
This is to make sure that person does not misunderstand me.
Otherwise,  I should keep my mouth shut.

I have been hearing a lot of bad news about people around me, especially the Christian friends.
It is not that I was involved in gossip or anything. I only listened as a friend poured out heart content at me.
“This person is like this and that… That person is like this and that..”
Well, I was surprised when I heard that initially. But of course, even Christians are not perfect.
Still, I don’t think I am close enough to them yet in order to give a constructive criticism.
I can only pray that God will somehow touch them..

Posted December 23, 2012 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Thought

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