Well, I’m two tests away from the end of my second year of college. You know what I’ve learned? Nothing crucial. Now, I know what you’re thinking: “But Paige, how is this possible with nearly 70 hours of credit under your belt?” Here’s the thing…I don’t really think I’ve learned anything that is applicable to the real world.
Here’s some things I have learned:
I have a lot of passions. I love doing a lot of things, and I do it because it makes me feel good. I play music, relishing in the fact that God gave me this amazing gift that shouldn’t go to waste. I like to read, exploring the works of fiction and nonfiction works-blogs included. I love people, learning new quirks and facts I wouldn’t know from looking at them. I like to tell people about Jesus, through my words or actions.
I have a lot of passion. I throw myself into my work, school, friends, anything that I can because I know people can see my passion and love through that.
I have a lot of aspirations. I want to travel, for fun or for missions-doesn’t matter, it’s practically the same thing. I want to own a business in the near future-who knows? I want to create and be creative (thank you, Pinterest!).
I have a lot of strength. I’ve had a lot of negative things in my life, but God has given me strength to get through it (Philippians 4:13). There’s a certain peace that doesn’t come from just anywhere when you’ve been through things I’ve been through. Life is extremely tough, but God has planned out everything according to His purpose (Romans 8:28).
These are just a couple of the things I’ve learned these past two years. Thanks for keeping up with this wild ride that is life.
Romans 15:13- “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.”