Eugene Cho

steve jobs: reflections about birth, death, and the life in between

By now, you’ve heard the shocking news of Steve Jobs’ passing at the age of 56. Like many, I extend grace and prayers to the entire Jobs family.

Like some of my friends and readers, I do not personally have an “emotional” connection with Steve Jobs because I am not a Mac user for these reasons (although I occasionally use an iPad that was given to me as a gift). I’m sure many of you could write and write about your appreciation and admiration for Steve Jobs. And perhaps, how he changed the way you live your life.

But like others, I have much respect for him.

Needless to say, Steve Jobs was a brilliant man. For reasons that many of us already know, Steve Job rightfully deserves much praise for his legacy and oh, what a legacy! President Barack Obama conveyed it well in his recent statement: Read the rest of this entry »

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17.5 Year Anniversary!
We still got it. We look gooooood!

Blessed to be back in Princeton, NJ for couple days recently. We had our wedding ceremony in Korea but got "legally" married in the US at Miller Chapel in Princeton Seminary. So, it was only fitting to go back and have my kids take our 17.5 Anniversary  pics. Someday when our kids become adults and they feel like their parents wronged them or neglected them, and they feel like they need to get counseling... I'm going to show them this picture and say, "I HAVE PROOF. WE TOOK YOU TO NYC AND BOUGHT TICKETS TO WICKED ON BROADWAY!" RIP Robin Williams. 
Folks: Please go and - call or hug your loved ones. Tell them you love them. Remind them how you much appreciate them.

We need to (re)learn how to be more human. Don't avoid eye contact. Don't hide behind gadgets. Smile often - both to neighbors and strangers alike. Ask about peoples' stories. And listen.

And most importantly, remind yourself that YOU are loved. Not just merely by your loved ones but also by the ONE who created all that is good and beautiful. Dang. The bright lights of NYC. 
Having been a youth pastor in Flushing between 1992-1994, I really miss this place.

Empire State of Mind. Smitten my NYC. There's no place like this city in the world. The Statue of Liberty. "Give me your tired, your poor..."

my tweets

  • I'm disgusted by ISIS but for now, I choose to remember James Foley's life and legacy. - goo.gl/KeI5LO http://t.co/ba4OkpNbu9 || 13 hours ago
  • I'm truly grateful for journalists who seek to ensure that truth is told...so that the world can never use the excuse, "We didn't know." || 13 hours ago
  • Whether it's Syria, Ferguson, or elsewhere, I'm truly grateful for journalists that put their lives on the line to ensure truth is told. || 17 hours ago
  • Utterly heartbroken for the family of James Foley. Remembering them in thought and prayers. RIP JamesFoley. http://t.co/nX5xNiskbw || 19 hours ago
  • We'll never truly move forward unless we go together. May the Church be the headlights & not taillights. Let's take reconciliation to heart. || 1 day ago
  • I want justice - oceans of it. I want fairness - rivers of it. That’s what I want. That’s all I want. [Amos 5:24] || 1 day ago
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