Knowing that our experience is originating within our own thinking, which mediates what we perceive as we look out upon our world, we experience the freedom to see things differently and know the hope for all people to do so.
We are not concerned about whether we will ever run dry or have enough to give to others because everyone already has what they need.
I didn’t realize that if I also wanted to have the best four years of my life, I needed to do things I actually enjoyed doing.
Even right now, all my classes are extremely rigorous, time consuming, somewhat distasteful and just all around stressful.
” Because of that, I expected to have a blast when I entered freshman year.
However, I didn’t realize high school was the best four years of their lives because they made it the best years of their lives.
Before you get caught up in the whirlwind of excitement and nervousness surrounding the big day, it’s good to take some time and reflect on the past four years of your life. A good reflection of high school ought to do you good.
After 13 years of earsplitting alarm clocks, uncomfortable desks and chairs, repulsive cafeteria lunches, looming finals and exams, missing mechanical pencils and invigorating group projects – it’s time for graduation.
We chase ourselves through life, trying in vain to capture a lasting and meaningful image and cling to it and give it substance.
Beneath that shell is the human spirit, the essence of each person, which shines through the light of our eyes and finds expression in the laughter that bubbles up when we catch on to ourselves.