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Editor’s Picks: Best of What Makes You Beautiful

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Try as we might to stop it, modern society’s ever-changing standards of beauty seem to constantly creep into our thinking and impression of our self-worth. But God, as our creator, designed each of us exactly the way that we are, with great intention. What do we do when we struggle to like how He’s made us?

Crazy Rich Asians: The One Struggle We All Have in Common

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“Why are you watching that bimbo show?” A friend of mine asked incredulously, when I told her that I was going to catch the sneak preview of Crazy Rich Asians, which had finally opened in my country, Singapore, earlier this week after much hype.

SoUL-cial Media: Restoring your soul in God

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Title: SoUL-cial Media: Restoring your soul in God Artwork…

Where Do You Place Your Worth?

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I'm a jokester. God has gifted me with the ability to lighten up a tense atmosphere and cheer people up. But like so many others, I have used this God-given talent to glorify myself instead of Him.

I am Loved, Really?

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“Useless.” “Stupid.” “Good-for-nothing.” These are words and phrases some of us may identify with. Even though I know that I am a child of God, there are times I still label myself with these words.

Let Go of Self to Find Self-worth

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When I was 15 years old, I would often ask my Dad what he thought I was good at. Our conversations always ended the same way—I just hadn’t found what were my strengths yet. This answer always left me feeling dissatisfied and disappointed.

Porn Says Vs Love Says

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Title: Porn Says vs Love Says Materials: Digital Illustration Description: Pornography…

Why I Stopped Proving Myself At Work

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I was not excited to start my journey as a working adult. People had been giving me tips on how to succeed and be more outspoken—and it wearied me. My fears materialized when I eventually started work in June this year.

How I Got Rid of Self-Pity

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I have many reasons to feel sorry for myself. The biggest one is my physical disability: I was born deaf. I could not speak until I was seven years old, when my parents sent me to a special elementary school for handicapped people.