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I gave my life to Jesus and repeatedly reread the entire Bible. He is our creator and Lord of all who rescued those who receive Him and gave us this instruction manual to hide in our hearts that we might not sin against Him. He came that we may have life and have it to the full. This is a complete 180 from the ideologies I learned during public school in the 80s.
Wow, so very much has changed about me, but it had nothing to do with school. When I graduated high school, I was in no way ready for the "real" world. When I graduated college, I was more ready career-wise, but still not ready maturity-wise. I didn't really mature until I had my first child, that was the biggest learning experience of my life. Having a child helped me mature emotionally, spiritually, character-wise, even physically.