"I am unique...Cantonese called missionaries"
Elder Han is very simple, and that's because his father got cancer near his nose, so he's had to work since 14 to support his father. He loves God, but he's had a hard time expressing it in English. His English is amazing as well, so well that it surprises me at times when he asks for English help. But yeah, he's very organized and on time, and has made great changes on his mission. He was called English speaking, but got transferred Chinese branch four months ago. Chinese branch actually has a lot of those, internationals who are called English speaking and get transferred. I am unique, in that there are almost no Cantonese called missionaries in our mission. So I get to work extra hard to learn Cantonese. It'll be fun, and Mandarin as well, which is really fun.;P I do love the people here though, it's starting to look like a really Ghetto Hong Kong - with a lot of mandarin speakers, and black people gangsters, and beggars. It was a culture shock, surprisingly to me. I'm starting to forget my worries. I'll still take any Cantonese and Mandarin help from anyone, desperately, and even more importantly, doctrine. Any talks or thoughts, scriptures would be devoured. I know God is helping me see my mistakes, and I know I was only scared because of my unwillingness to change. God has given me great resources, and I should work with them in any way that i can to show my gratitude to God.
"I drove today with no problems"
President said he needed driving missionaries, so he was elated that I could drive around the mission. I've gone through safety procedures, so I drove today with no problems. I realize the mission is not as hard as I thought it was, I just wish I had more time to work and study.