Making decisions bad or good are both extremely important in life. Its important to steer clear from the bad choices, but without those bad decisions you don’t learn and grow from them. Through the bad decision I made I learned a lot. Without counsel, plans go awry, but in the multitude of counselors they are established. Prov 15.22. With this line from the bible it shows that when making decisions it is important to pray to God if it is the right thing to do or to even talk to trusted people to help guide in the right direction. I learned from this whole experience to put my decisions in God’s hands to help me make the right ones rather then the wrong ones.
Rather then violating a policy of the school I could have gone about it a different way. I now see that there were different ways I could have gotten my point across. I feel terrible about where all this has gone. At the time I saw it has harmless but looking back I can see from others points of view and realize it was not as harmless as we had thought.
The actions I made are not in compliance with the Catholic teaching because it is always wrong to do bad things to others. When in elementary school and even preschool it is taught to always treat others how you would want to be treated and I didn’t think about this when I did my act. I would be upset to if this had happened to me, but I would have handled it on my own. I have been taught to handle problems or issues that I have with people with the person, no one else involved. I did learn that I should have gone about it differently though. If I had a problem with her or anyone I go up to them and talk it out. I acted to quickly and now I have to pay the consequences.
I am seventeen now almost eighteen and going to be going away to college away from my family. This is the best time to learn to grow up and face the punishments for my actions. I don’t want to be looked at as a child who doesn’t know how to make right decisions. So...