"For it is only now that the idea of personal providence confronts us with the most penetrating force, and the best advocate, the evidence of our eyes speaks for it--now that we can see how palpably everything that happens to us turns out for the best. Every day and every hour, life seems to have no other wish than to prove this proposition again and again. Whatever it is, bad weather or good, the loss of a friends, sickness, slander, the failure of some letter to arrive, the spraining of an ankle, a glance into a shop, a counter-argument, the opening of a book, a dream, a fraud--either immediately or very soon after it proves to be something that 'must not be missing'; it has profound significance and use precisely for us."
So, for a little encouragement, let's pretend everything happens for the best and that, in all of this, what matters most of all is that wherever you go, Columbia or not, you end up making yourself into a kick ass lawyer. Access is one thing, the most immediate thing, but the real glorious accomplishments remain anyone's game. Still, how about some blue envelopes stuffed to the brim with scholarship money for us stalwarts next week, CLS?