10 Myths About Introverts (As a graphic designer, a list I can really get behind…)
Introverts are people whose energy tends to expand through reflection and dwindle during interaction. They often take pleasure in solitary activities such as reading, writing, music, drawing, tinkering, playing video games, watching movies and plays, and using computers. The archetypal artist, writer, sculptor, engineer, composer, and inventor are all highly introverted. An introvert is likely to enjoy time spent alone and find less reward in time spent with large groups of people. They prefer to concentrate on a single activity at a time and like to observe situations before they participate. Introverts are easily overwhelmed by too much stimulation from social gatherings and engagement. They are more analytical before speaking.
Introversion is not the same as being shy or being a social outcast. Introverts prefer solitary activities over social ones, whereas shy people (who may be extraverts at heart) avoid social encounters out of fear, and the social outcast has little choice in the matter of his or her solitude.
Myth #1 – Introverts don’t like to talk.
This is not true. Introverts just don’t talk unless they have something to say. They hate small talk. Get an introvert talking about something they are interested in, and they won’t shut up for days.
"You cannot hold God hostage (to your questions). He doesn’t owe you an answer. If you want the peace that passes understanding, you’re going to have to give up your right to understanding. It’s called trust."
Bill Johnson (via hammereddrunkwithfaith)
"Bill Johnson is the gateway drug to this stream of theology" indeed.
Anonymous asked: God led me to your blog where he answered many prayers and comforted me by letting me know I'm not alone in my fiery pursuit of Him. I'm planning on attending Harvest School through this org, Iris ministries( you should check it out!) And In the mean time, I'm praying about short term missions there this summer. I wanted to share because through your blog(s), God led me to step into my true destiny as his daughter and to show others that love looks like something. Im super excited!So, Thank you~
Yeah!!! Love looks like something! That’s Mama Heidi Baker, founder of Iris Ministries! Be excited! I’m excited for you!
I have a couple friends that went through that school— they saw blind adults with cataracts be completely healed! Blind white pupils, staring into the distance— then all of a sudden clear brown pupils looking straight into their eyes. You’re going to have a blast!
Shoot me a support letter to my email! firstname.lastname@example.org
And thanks for taking the time to write this, super encouraging :D. You’re amazing!!!!
Anonymous asked: Hello! We sent you a message a few months ago asking about your name. We had our son last month, and yes, his name is Yohan Yoon. Our friends think it's weird and funny that we reached out to a total stranger to research the name of our firstborn. If he doesn't like his name when he's older, we will blame it on you. I would send you a picture, but it looks like I can't upload files on here. Thanks for your input!
Congratulations! You can always contact me via e-mail — email@example.com — if you wish to get in contact with me! I’m honored to have been of help and a part of naming your son! :)
Anyways, thanks for following up— this made my day. I don’t know if you believe in God but I bless your child in Jesus name. I declare the hope, the promise, the inheritance deposited within his life to be carried out into complete fruition under you and your wife’s amazing love and parenting.
Yohan in Hebrew means “Gift of God,” or “God is gracious.” I bless your son to be a gift to the world. I declare dreams upon dreams over his life, that his hopes and goals would be great. Above all— I declare the mark of God over your son, Yohan Yoon. I declare that he is a son, loved unconditionally, meant to change and lead nations— in Jesus name.
Bless you and your family! :D
Anonymous asked: Hi there, my name is Andy Yoon and my wife and I are brainstorming baby names for our first son (due in May/June). So, to honor my Dad's wishes, we plan on naming him after the beloved disciple, John. But now we are debating on using Yohan instead of John and can't seem to agree on one or the other. So we did a Facebook search on the name Yohan Yoon, and we'd like to know how you like your name. In particular, did you get teased because of your name growing up? Like... Yo Yo, for example?
whoa! congratulations on your first son!
I love my name, my parents named me after John the beloved as well. I wasn’t teased but I did get nicknames (Yo yo, Yo ho, yohooonie, yohanie, yahoo, etc.) but there aren’t many people with my name— and rarely will you find a korean with the name Yohan.
Hope that helps!
p.s. Yohan Yoon sounds the best in my opinion versus Yohan Kim, Choi, Lee, etc. :P
Oh my god -_- R.C. Sproul, John MacArthur, Phil Johnson and Steve Lawson and Mr. Conrad Mbewe who I do not know.
Please get a life. The irony of the conference title..
Anonymous asked: any girls you're interested in? whats the age limit for you? how much older/younger would you go?
perhaps! i think i’m trying to veer away from that area of my life right now and focus on other things.
Age limit would probably be at this point.. 2 years younger, 2 years older?
I’m more concerned about maturity though
oh and please ask your questions on my new tumblr from now on