Sharing about Dr Richard Teo: what's really important in life


petetherock

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=cC8lJyxOZvA

We all have our hobbies and in Singapore, we have an almost relentless pursuit of worldly objects...

This was a man, who had it all, and was struck down with terminal cancer.

I think it gives us food for thought, about what happens when the crunch comes. Are all our cameras, or other objects of fancy worth it?

The memorial of Dr Richard Teo Keng Siang (1972 - 2012) - Singapore at HeavenAddress online memorial community
 

hanzohattori

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I accept all camera gear donation :bsmilie:

The original video

[video=youtube;umLkfADe17s]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umLkfADe17s[/video]
 

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1972 to 2012 ... Exactly 40 years. While there was everything material in nature that was within his grasp, he did spend 40 years in the wilderness before finally knowing God and entering into the promised land. It is a fine piece of testimony. God bless his soul.

TS, thanks for sharing.
 

donut88

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The moral of his story is don't get caught in materialistic world, money, assets. There is a divine purpose of us being in this world.
 

Shizuma

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thankfully he passed away only after changing his mindset .
 

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