What I Learned This Year

(In no particular order)

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1) Friends come and go like the sun rises and falls. Old friends drift apart and lose touch while others come dancing into your life with a twinkle of something in their eye that promises many fond memories lie ahead. This is one of life’s unavoidable bittersweet affairs. And that’s O.K.

2) Sleep is a suggestion, and one can go for a surprisingly lengthy amount of time without it.

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3) Sometimes when we are asked to work on something, and we already have altogether too many things on our plate as it is, we simply must learn to say no. Regardless of how much we might enjoy the task or wish to take part, a single person simply cannot do everything.

4) Anthropology is a liar.

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5) In each and every situation, event, or circumstance we find ourselves – whether good or bad, joyful or tragic – we must continually ask ourselves, “What is God trying to teach me through this?” Because the truth is, He’s usually up to something like that.

6) Every once in a while, it’s a good thing to get caught in the rain without an umbrella.

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7) Worrying about your schoolwork, your grades, your job, your money, or anything else material you might find on God’s green earth – should be done in moderation. These things are all well and good and should be given appropriate attention, but in the vast scheme of things, your entire existence is just peanuts.
The only things in life that really matter are God and people. Know Christ and make Him known. Love people and never miss a chance to invest in someone.

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8) Working in a fast food restaurant may sound like a demeaning job to have (as I had originally thought), but it is not actually all that bad. In hindsight I have learned that if you can bring yourself to work in fast food, you will realize that there are many, many things you can do if you would just bring yourself to throw away your pride and do them.

9) Statistics show that instant messaging is detrimental to your grades, whereas studying is [usually] beneficial.

10) Laugh often, and dance like nobody’s watching.

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