033: Jace Nath: Diversity and Divinity - Inspiring People to Feel God's Love for Humanity Through Truth, Patience, and Peace

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Jace Nath is a 19 year old junior studying at the University of the Pacific. He is majoring in International Studies with a concentration in International Relations, and is minoring in Chinese. A Stockton native, Jace has had the wonderful privilege of being able to travel around the world and familiarize himself with new places. Since his childhood, Jace has had a passion for learning languages and immersing himself in foreign cultures and traditions. Coming from a multiethnic background himself, he has always found it interesting how different people groups have interacted with each other throughout history, how this has led to the rise of different social issues and innovations over time, and what can be done to improve these things. Currently, he speaks 6 languages and is working to advance himself in these languages and several more. He hopes to, one day, work with others to bridge cultural gaps and promote understanding of the great beauty that can be found within diversity. Jace seeks to inspire others to show a love for humanity through the inspiration of faith, virtue of patience, and a general desire of peace. You can follow Jace on his journey through Instagram at @fijian_prince18

Listen as we talk about:

  • How he identifies with all the different cultures and ethnicities in him
  • The difficulties of fitting in as a mixed person
  • Why culture and diversity make our world beautiful
  • Why Michelle Obama and Gandhi are his heroes
  • Why many conflicts come from cultural misunderstandings
  • Why Heaven is like a Race to God
  • The battle between multiple culture within us and how they meet in harmony
  • Letting prayer become your rhythm of daily living
  • Why schools should teach rich history of Africans and Native Americans

Resources mentioned:

Blaming the Poor - Susan Greenbaum

How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie

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