I wanted to write to you with my best intentions of preparing you for the life to come. I have so much to tell you and so much to prepare you for. Don’t worry; I’m not ruining any surprises. It’s like when you read the ingredients of your favorite dinner on the menu of your favorite restaurant. You know what’s coming but knowing just that never seems to ruin the experience, does it? You still experience the joy of the meal. It’s a bit like that my friend. This letter will only foretell you of things to come. My purpose in writing you is to make sure you understand what it means to experience life.
I’ll cut straight to the core issue–your life is going to be good and I have nothing but good news for you. Despite what you’re about to read it’s all beautiful. Your life is going to change. Okay, before I continue I know what you’re wondering and yes, you will get married. You’re going to meet this beautiful girl in college. She’s going to distract you from everything. You’ll have a romantic tunnel vision. Everything else is going to blur and you’re going to focus in on her. Her smile is going to capture you. Her eyes are going to melt you. You’ll learn to love. This is the love that can never be adequately expressed in words. Actions and experience is the only sufficient way of knowing this love… a love that helps you understand God.
This brings me to my next point. Sooner or later you’re going to become a Christian. The thing is, this doesn’t make your life any easier. You’ll go to a university and study philosophy and you’ll learn to love science. Pay attention in school. Please, if this finds you please study physics more before university. It will make things easier for me here! You’ll eventually aim to make a career in academia.