Every day as I walk to the Commons where the cafeteria is, I pass by the three-level fountains in the square. I reach out my hand as I pass the biggest one, and catch a couple of droplets. Attending the Luthern church for the six months that I did, the words “go, walking wet in the promises of God” ring through my mind, and I think. I think I am a blessed child of God, and His Hand is holding me fast.
I am thankful for the fountain.
Today I was contemplating, as usual. A friend of mine calls me “Smart Girl,” mainly because I am taking Calculus for fun. It made me think: what makes someone intellegent? Is is merely their mind’s ability to store and recall information? Or is it how quickly they can solve a problem? And what kinds of problems?
Everyone has their own special set of skills, talents, and interests. Mine just flourishes within an academic setting.
I love college.
P.S. Send tea.