Ten Year Degree.
I had always wanted to be a teacher since I was a little girl. I started my A.A. degree even before I graduated from high school and worked my way through college without a cent of debt. In my last semester, three months before I was to graduate, I suffered personal issues and dropped out.
Here I am, ten years later and preparing to divorce, I have three beautiful children and decided I need to start taking care of myself.
I was drawn to The Secret some months ago after hitting rock bottom and feeling like I had nowhere to turn.
I am grateful every day, though it’s been a painful journey at times. I’m finally getting to the place where I can see the bigger picture and understand now why everything has happened the way it has. I’m still waiting for one thing, a peaceful restoration of a relationship in my life. It’s coming, and if there was any doubt in my mind it’s gone after what happened earlier today.
What I experienced today wasn’t the forced gratitude I was vainly trying to feel during my low points. Today I experienced something I thought was impossible.
Today, I decided on a whim to go to my old college and see if any of my credits were salvageable. I didn’t hold out much hope, but I asked the Universe for good news. I said that ideally I would like to recover all my credits but I was fully prepared to start over if necessary, I just want to finish my degree.
I went to the counselor and they looked up my record. The man who helped me was very nice and while I waited for his computer to respond I silently prayed, “Give me good news, Lord. Please!”
The page loaded and the man told me that every single credit was recoverable!!
After ten years they kept my credits active!
He wrote down that I only need ten more credits to graduate and I can finish school this summer!
I got back in my van and cried all the way home, just thanking God and the Universe. I’m still in shock, but I had to share.
I’m so thankful. I want to thank Rhonda Byrne and The Secret team and every person who wrote in. I can’t tell you how much your words encourage me.
Love and blessings to you all!