You know religious snake oil when you smell it. Do you remember the advice I gave you? Try to save some money. I suspect you also know the main reason your mother and I decided to enroll you in Christian school in the first place: The King of Glory has paid your ransom and adopted you into his royal family.
Do you remember when you learned to ride a bike without training wheels? Happiness is wanting what you get. I could have gone on forever experiencing the miracle of having a baby you growing inside of me.
Heap your plate with its academic, athletic, cultural and social offerings. You were so scared, you were shaking. Paul's words to the Christ-followers in Philippi: Your blonde hair was pulled up in two ponytails, and you smelled of new clothes and bubble bath. But I promise you, if he had written it down for me, I guarantee I would find it valuable today.
Of course, there are also many little things that I have had a part of along the way that have certainly helped shape the fine young woman you are today. Decide what you love and do it. Either God isn't real, or he's irrelevant.
Ramen noodles are not food.
If you have a substitute teacher, treat her with respect. Christian thinkers such as James Davison Hunter and Andy Crouch have also written probing books examining how Christians can best bring their influence to bear for the greater good of society.
As you launch out into the next season of life, I pray that you will hold fast to your true identity and destiny.
The quicker you can distinguish between what you can control, and what you cannot, the happier and lighter you will feel.
It will always be more challenging, the closer you are to your goal; to your light, to your truth. Do you remember the advice I gave you? He has feelings, too.
Indulge in any idea, peoples, culture, gadget, or philosophy, that even remotely interests you. Know that first and foremost, what I want for you is a joyous and happy life filled with love, friendships, adventures, learning and growing. He has feelings, too.
Oh, wait, that was me. Wanting some other way to live is proof enough of deserving it. I don't have to remind you, of course, that some of the students and professors you'll meet at college will urge you to grow up and stop clinging to comforting myths and infantile fairy tales.
Think outside of the box. My dear graduate, this is an exciting time, with all that is in front of you; endless possibilities, and just as many opportunities, waiting for you to grab hold. Today is the first day of the best of your life.
I wish I had more to offer you than simply my pride and love, though I hope they will suffice in this moment. You will find it, although it may not look like what you had pictured in your mind. As you celebrate this joyous day, I urge you not to forget all the people who built this school—from the visionaries who founded it in borrowed rooms at church, to the teachers who've given you high standards of study, character, and service.
About love and marriage: Be friendly to the other kids. It holds great power and it will never let you down. I still remember your first day of kindergarten. You needed a soft place to land. I begged, cajoled, and probably even yelled.My daughter is graduating High School in few days and I wanted to share a letter my wife wrote to her.
I could never write something as beautiful as this. Jun 09, · Dear Jocelyn, As you graduate from college this weekend, I know you are dreading the end of what you have called “the best years of your life.” Letter to My Daughter on her College Graduation.
Posted on June 9, by veilleuxj. Dear Jocelyn, Congratulations on your graduation and the beginning of the best years of your. Find and save ideas about Letter to my daughter on Pinterest. | See more ideas about To my daughter, Letter to my mom and Letter to my mother.
7 thoughts on “ A letter to my daughter on her graduation day This is so beautiful, im going to steal it for when my daughter graduatesin 2 years time. Reply. Joy Andrews says: June 19, at am I have another graduating in one year and I’m already thinking about what hers will say.
🙂. a letter to my daughter graduating from college a letter to my daughter graduating from college. May 6, advice for a child graduation from college, advice for a college senior, Clemson Class ofClemson University, college graduation advice, graduating from Clemson I write this blog to remind myself to look, every single day.
A Letter to my Daughter, Upon her Graduation from Christian School. my dear daughter, for being faithful to your calling as a student these past twelve years. You've been a delight to me—well, most days—and I am deeply grateful to God for entrusting so precious a gift to so imperfect a parent.
that some of the students and.Download