I think maybe we high school students have this problem. College is quite different. In high school, teaching is Teacher supportive while College is Student Supportive. Basically, the teachers about you in high school, but definitely not in college. From what I noticed from a few freshmen this year, I think that have the syndrome. They hae gotten too use to high school that it is really hard for them adjust. I hope they keep going because eventually they will change.
Another thing I what to warn about is maybe us Christians become too institutionalized. We become to use to our church, our friends, and our school that when a real challenge arises, we too quickly just give up and run away. I know I personally tried to do that this summer. I was doing everything to convince my parents to let me move to TN with my aunt and uncle. I felt uncomfortable around my friends, my school, and even in my home. Luckily, when I didn't get the chance to move, I turned to God. In the summer, I had a lot of time to think about things and I know I did alot of praying and devotions because of the amount of free time.
I just want to warn you all because on the show last night, an inmat of Morgan who had been just released after serving most of his life in jail, was arrested 2 weeks later. Yeah, 2 WEEKS. So, my brethen, watch out for becoming too repetitive. We need to live for God instead of just going through the motions.
Until Next Time,
The Last Class Rep