The Adrift from Comfort

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The law school countdown is on for my December graduation. I reminisce on the past three years of my life. I left my comfortable life in Georgia for a new city chasing a dream. I set my life adrift with Christ as my anchor. I cast myself into the deep. My anchor never let me drift outside of God’s will. Though I strayed, I would find myself back to His direction. Sailing the seas, there were tides of difficulty, despair, and uncertainty but there were currents of joy, peace, friendship, and triumphs.  Adrift, to me, means letting go of human, tangible security and relying on God and self in the seas of life.

Adrift

Blissfully,

Bianca

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