You're going away to school

You are on the brink of a new phase in your life. You are expectant, excited, wondering. You begin to feel that like St. Paul you are ready to "put away childish things." Real maturity, though, isn't just the outcome of a lot of human experiences, but of an ever-expanding understanding of God and of what you are to Him.

Actually, going away to school does not mean leaving home and family. It means expanding your concept of home and family to include your new environment and new friends. Home is not "here" and school "out there"; home is a condition of thought.

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Small division—BIG UNISON
September 11, 1978
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