About Zedd

Zeddrix Fabian became one of Jehovah’s Witnesses on February 21, 2016, and started regular pioneering last March 2020. His goal is to become a Bethelite. After going to both private and public school for 10 years (Grade 1 to 8 in private; Grade 9 and 10 in public school), their family tried out homeschooling when he leveled up to Grade 11 last 2019.

Currently, he’s learning Mandarin Chinese with the desire to help the Chinese people here in the Philippines to learn about Jehovah and about God’s Kingdom.

Coding/computer programming became his hobby because he wants to become a programmer. Did you know that he has developed a cute, fun little app? It’s called Just Color! Check it out!

Zedd also loves music. He’s not just into modern songs that we have today (like Ed’s, Shawn’s, DJ Zedd’s). He also loves “oldy but goody” ones, for example, the Beatles’. And, just recently, he started listening to K-POP songs.

Classical songs are also in his playlist, such as: “Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major” by Margarete Babinsky, “Serenade No. 13 in G Major”, and “Divertimento in D Major,” both of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s.

But most of all, he loves our Original Songs. “True Friends,“ “Inspired by your Wonders,“ and “This is my Family“ are his favorites, especially the song entitled, “The New World to Come.” He plays all these original songs on his guitar. 

Yes, playing guitar is his hobby, too. He mostly makes guitar tabs for our Kingdom Songs, Original Songs, and Original Children’s songs, and then posts it afterwards here on the JW Guitar Tabs category.

Drawing doodles and nature sceneries are his preferred themes in pencil art. You may view some of his drawings in the Drawings category.

His outdoor sport is badminton. He plays with his friends from their congregation and sometimes, with friends from other congregations. But that was when we didn’t have this pandemic yet.

As an alternative, Zedd plays chess. When you got the chance to meet, why don’t you guys have at least one game? But be careful, he’s better than Magnus Carlsen, and he can play the pieces on his head without looking at the board like Sherlock Holmes . . .

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.

. . . “well at least when the earth is already a paradise—a time when all humans have perfect, powerful minds already,” he told me. Which therefore means, you and I can do it too when that time comes!

He loves dogs, bunnies, and turtles. He doesn’t like cats, though. Not even a little. You may personally ask him why.

Did you know that a New World is promised to us? Zedd had told me that he would like to walk around the globe when that time comes. He also said he’ll be reading every book in the world on his way, and he’ll start with all the books and magazines we have on jw.org; and then all the secular books ever published by men.

“While reading all these books, I might as well acquire skills in all the languages known to man–both the programming languages and the human languages,” he stated. “And after I do all of that, who knows? Maybe I’ll start studying all 8.7 million species of animals, and then study that of plants afterwards.” Isn’t that fun?

How about you? What would you like to do in the New World to come, knowing that you can do all the fun things and that you can take any fields of study there? Zeddrix said he’d like to take all the fields of study there.

“But I chose not to do all of these in this system of things because legitimately,” he adds, “accomplishing all of these would take a person thousands of years, or even millions! That’s why we are so thankful that Jehovah God has given us a hope to live forever at the upcoming paradise earth!” I agree.

But aren’t we waiting for too long already? Fortunately, Psalms 37:10, 11 reads: “Just a little while longer, and the wicked will be no more; You will look at where they were, And they will not be there. But the meek will possess the earth, And they will find exquisite delight in the abundance of peace.”

What should we do in order to benefit from these wonderful promises of God for us? John 17:3 clearly states that we should “come to know Him, the only true God, and the one whom He sent, Jesus Christ.”

How will we “know” the both of them? Well, we can accomplish this if we carefully study His Word, the Bible, and if we apply all the principles we learn from it daily. Additionally, while doing that, we should keep enduring and “get a firm hold on the real life.”—1 Timothy 6:19.

Please go to our website jw.org and watch a 4-minute video entitled: Why Study the Bible? Jehovah’s Witnesses will be happy to study the Bible with you. Fill in the online request for a free Bible study. And a Witness in your area will call to discuss the Bible, at the time and place that is convenient for you. I’ll see you in Paradise!