Monday, November 15, 2010

How I Wana Do This

I just wanted to start this blog for kicks and see what I can do with it.
I really enjoy reading what other people have to say, and I like commenting a lot on
their original posts. As much as I plan to write original content, I am not sure how
much I will produce right now as I am a full time student. I have
a lot to say, but I don't know how interesting that can be to whomever might read
this. I call the blog the Ramen Chef because I am indeed the best .99 cent chef
that cooks those delectable noodles the best way possible. However, that really
has nothing to do with what I hope to blog about. I've recently been to Japan,
love theology, philosophy, current events pertaining to the Middle East, and
read from Time, the Washington Post, and multiple blogs online.

1 comment:

  1. You ordered me to write a comment, so I'm commenting.
    Kravinsky is not a saint because while saints have pure and intentions, Kravinsky sought recognition for his deeds. I don't argue that his actions were in and of themselves good. He saved someone's life. However, despite his good actions, it requires good intentions and a pure heart to be a saint.