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Travel Blogs from San Juan Teotihuacan
... After explaining and apologizing, I quit my newly attained job that I had worked so hard to get.
But by the grace of God, I was given the ability to communicate well enough and with good, honesty, clarity that I left with all the relationships intact! The only thing that really fell apart because of this little experience and adventure, was that I got humbled (again) and in front of others! I got checked for sure. Jesus used this attempt ...
... eager to share all but
the season calls for patience still.
In bowing down, my own pride submissive to you instead of MY desire
to share what you have given me, have caused me to be able to produce,
as my face is to the ground some may come and take the fruit,
though I can't see it.
Like birds that perch near stillness,
Today we visited the city of Teotihuacan. Teotihuacan is a mysterious city with an unknown origin. According to our tour guide, Teotihuacan was built by a group of people called Teotihuacanians. The city was built between the 1st and 7th centuries A.D. It is the city where Gods were created. The city has the temple of Quetzalcoatl and the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon. ...
Today we had an excursion to the city of Teotihuacan, the city of the gods. Our tour guide's name was Miguel and he is the head archaeologist of the city. I had overheard that he normally doesn't give tours himself unless diplomats come to town, so having him give us the tour was pretty awesome! He was so nice and very informative with his tour and he even prepared notecards for us with diagrams and keywords. We saw the Quetzalcoatl (snake with the beautiful feathers) Temple, or ...
... Tuesday back to classes, I had been late (by an hour) due to travel delays. My principal told me that he was under the impression I had left the job for good since I had had so many troubles with the parents. What surprised him was when I did show up!
Which makes me feel affirmed, that if what I'm doing isn't entirely grounded in worldly logic, then it must point to Jesus. Honestly, it was a tempting idea to ...