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when the gears fit together

Life is quite wonderful, at the moment. It’s unbelievable the sense of peace that comes when you know for certain that you are in exactly the right place, doing exactly the right thing, heading in exactly the right direction for you and your stage of life. It’s a bit of a tricky feeling to describe, but it feels as if the world and everything in it is set perfectly in place, with nothing at all out of line – as if the gears clicked perfectly into their spots and now they’re turning around and around as smooth as could be. It’s wonderful.

I moved into my little BYU apartment last Thursday, and ever since then everything has just felt fantastically right. After what seemed to be an undue amount of difficulties getting to where I am, everything has fallen into its right form and it feels amazing. A couple days ago I found myself alone, walking around in the gradually fading evening light, when campus was relatively free of people, and I just felt so unbelievably grateful to be where I am, and so unbelievably grateful for the sense of rightness that’s been prevalent in my mind the past five days or so. I’m so grateful for the opportunities that are before me, and also for the experiences that I’ve had to lead me up to this point. It’s crazy how things lead into each other, and I know for a fact that there is the chance for growth in everything. I’m a huge believer in everything happening for a reason, and it blows my mind to see little bits and pieces lining up and playing into each other.

It’s a good life. I say that all the time, but it’s really so true. And I hope that anyone who finds themself reading this is able to experience at some point {hopefully at multiple points} the feeling of everything being right in the world. It’s quite the feeling, indeed.

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1 Comment so far

  1. Jeff Bradshaw

    Tessa,

    I’m delighted that you’re ready to take the next step in your life. I’ve enjoyed your posts…I just haven’t told you. It brings back great memories of me starting college in 1963. I was part of the largest Freshman class until that time. There were 5,000 freshmen that fall. Total enrollment was 15,000. We signed up for classes in the Smith Fieldhouse. It turned out to be a great year for me.

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