I didn't read I Kissed Dating Goodbye until I was at least halfway through college. Years later, I would come to wish I had read it before starting high school.
I didn't read I Gave Dating a Chance until I was well out of college. Years later, I would come to wish I had read it before starting college.
And tonight I had another enlightening (non-reading) life-event that I could only walk out of wishing it had happened to me 6 years earlier. Wondering where I would be right now and what life would be like, if it had.
But God didn't want it to happen until tonight. He wanted all that has happened before now - and all that has not happened as well - He wanted it that way for a divinely perfect reason. He wanted tonight to happen tonight, just the way it is.
Never stops to amaze me how I still, even as I write this, how I still think that I know what's best for me.
And, ironically, this is why I want to be a writer. Not enough people are writing enough quality material about some of the most important issues facing us today. Or I'm not finding the right books, lately. In my so very humble opinion.
Yes, that's an edited-for-kiddies version of Reuben's classic. For you prudes out there.
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"If I find in myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world."