Alright. Now that the coolest, craziest, most blessed four months of my life (at least thus far) have drawn to an end, I thought I would get back to blogging before my summer job begins. But be warned, the stories about my semester abroad have only just started.
This past weekend I was blessed to go back to main campus and to see some of my household sister graduate from college. (That's crazy! They're old! Glad that's not me!) While I was there, an interesting thing happened: two different friends told me I looked older. What? It blew my mind because somehow, just by looking at me, they could see that I had grown while I was away in Europe. I didn't look any different than when I left them in December, but they could tell that something was different. And I didn't even have to tell them.
When I was thinking about this later, I realized that we talked about this very phenomenon in my Philosophy of the Human Person class last semester. A person is made of a physical part (the body) and a spiritual part (the soul), and the only way that we are able to see the spiritual part of a person is through their body. The soul is revealed in the body. This weekend proved this truth to me. My friends, just by looking at me, were able to tell that my soul had grown. I know this idea might sound weird, but IT'S TRUE.