Things I Wish I Knew Before Adulthood by Karlton Laster

I wish I knew that life is truly about the people and experiences, not the stuff. You take for granted people and experiences (good, bad, and in between) and then realize that they've built upon each other to lead you to where you are. I wish I knew that stress and self-confidence just don't disappear when you get a certain age. In fact, you will face more issues with self-confidence, uncertainty, and stress as you get older. Lastly, the effects of prayer is cumulative, not instantaneous.


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