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Old Jun 15, '12, 10:54 pm
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Default for safe passage in a university course. (For a good outcome in an late-submitted essay)

I am taking a VERY INTENSE summer course at my University and the Professor seems like a very rough guy / marker. Please pray that I can graduate this course. For a good outcome in the late essay submission that I submitted. Now I am freaking out that I may get caught plagiarizing because I fear I have not sourced my essay correctly..

For safe passage in completing this course so that I can finally get university out of the way... I have been stressing so much from this course lately.

I would highly appreciate your prayers. Thanks so much.

With much love and gratitude..
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Old Jun 16, '12, 3:11 am
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It's usually the ones you fear you didn't do well or forgot something that you end up doing well on. Likewise, the ones you are so confident you aced tend to be the ones that you didn't do so well. I'm sure you did fine & will pass. BTW, it's the intense classes & teachers that shape you as a student. They were the ones I remember, admire, & respect.
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Old Jun 16, '12, 11:59 am
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Remembering you in my daily prayers. God bless.
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Old Jun 16, '12, 1:31 pm
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A Studentís Prayer
Creator of all things,
true source of light and wisdom,
origin of all being,
graciously let a ray of your light penetrate
the darkness of my understanding.

Take from me the double darkness
in which I have been born,
an obscurity of sin and ignorance.

Give me a keen understanding,
a retentive memory, and
the ability to grasp things
correctly and fundamentally.

Grant me the talent
of being exact in my explanations
and the ability to express myself
with thoroughness and charm.

Point out the beginning,
direct the progress,
and help in the completion.
I ask this through Christ our Lord.

Amen.

St. Thomas Aquinas
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Old Jun 16, '12, 3:19 pm
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Lord, please relieve TemplarKnight1's anxiety and stress over his class and his essay. Bring to him peace of mind. Have him do well on all of his school work through the intercession of St. Catherine of Alexandria and St. Benedict of Nursia. Hail Mary...
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Old Jun 17, '12, 3:31 pm
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Hail Mary...

Amen.

Mother Mary, please make your intentions in this matter come true. Amen
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Old Jun 17, '12, 3:40 pm
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Aquinas' prayer of Study.

Creator of all things,
true source of light and wisdom,
origin of all being,
graciously let a ray of your light penetrate
the darkness of my understanding.

Take from me the double darkness
in which I have been born,
an obscurity of sin and ignorance.

Give me a keen understanding,
a retentive memory, and
the ability to grasp things
correctly and fundamentally.

Grant me the talent
of being exact in my explanations
and the ability to express myself
with thoroughness and charm.

Point out the beginning,
direct the progress,
and help in the completion.

I ask this through Christ our Lord.
Amen.
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Old Jun 17, '12, 6:27 pm
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A Studentís Prayer
Creator of all things,
true source of light and wisdom,
origin of all being,
graciously let a ray of your light penetrate
the darkness of my understanding.

Take from me the double darkness
in which I have been born,
an obscurity of sin and ignorance.

Give me a keen understanding,
a retentive memory, and
the ability to grasp things
correctly and fundamentally.

Grant me the talent
of being exact in my explanations
and the ability to express myself
with thoroughness and charm.

Point out the beginning,
direct the progress,
and help in the completion.
I ask this through Christ our Lord.

Amen.

St. Thomas Aquinas
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