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Here, as I look towards the future, I'm excited, but not because I can see what lies ahead. Rather, I'm excited because of my passions. My passions give my life direction and purpose. I'm excited by these things. I'm excited by what God has placed in front of me. The people I've met here in Bournemouth. The encouraging doctors and other staff. The friendships. The interactions and the revelations that have helped to shape in my mind what to do next.

That said, the risk with dwelling on what to do next is that I start to believe that my life right now is simply a foreword, or a period of build up, before my life truly begins. I think the hierarchical system we have here in the UK may be partly to blame for that sense that we only truly start living once we have reached adulthood (whatever that means), or when we finish full-time education, or get our first full-time job, or move out of the family home, or get married or [insert life milestone of your choice].
But I…

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