Advice from a High School Graduate

I always read on people\’s xangas stuff they learned about life that year, and because I just graduated I\’d figure I\’d leave some knowledge I have acquired over the years. I shall dispense this advice now.

Eating a banana can make you feel like a monkey, if you\’ll let it, and you should because feeling like a monkey is actually really fun.

God is everywhere, you just have to be willing to see him.

Talking to yourself is not a bad thing at all.  I talk to myself all the time.  It helps me focus.

Always stand up for what you believe in, even if you\’re the only one, people will look up to you even if they don\’t show it.

Never miss an opportunity to let someone know how important they are to you.

You may never get what you want, but God will always give you what you need.

The holy spirit gives us wisdom, understanding, right judgement, courage, knowledge, reverence, and wonder and awe so we can have charity, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, generosity, gentleness, faithfulness, modesty, self-control and chastity.
Slinky\’s are fun.
Fake nails ruin your real ones.
Treat everyone well.  You never know when you\’ll need them.
Let God change you.

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