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Hi there.

I'm sorry to hear about the way you're feeling. Sounds like you're having a tough time with your studies. But hang in there. I know you may feel frustrated hearing this, but you really did try your best. Often we don't get what we want in life, but things happen for a reason and it's good that you're still finding the strength to accept that this is God's plan.

I think that it's difficult sometimes with our parents Indian mentality, we grow up thinking everything in our life is supposed to be a certain way. When really life is so much more flexible than that! Have a think outside the graduate-job box. Is there anything else you want to do or try out? Is your heart really set on doing a law degree? Because if not here's the time to make the most of it. This could be a blessing in disguise, get a couple of jobs figure out what it is you really want to do. If you did want to be a lawyer, maybe try again, there's nothing to lose really. Just don't get caught on this conveyor belt. There's so much more to life than; school, uni, graduate, job, marry, kids, new house, dog, retire... I know it must feel like the end of your universe now but this is just an obstacle you will have to overcome. And one day when you look back you'll understand why everything happened and it will work out so much better.

I was rejected from all my university choices and ended up at a university where there were no Sikhs, and for some reason this made me stronger in my Sikhi and I'm happily walking the path of Sikhi. At the time it felt like the end of my world, but everything works out some way or another.

Please stay strong. I really do hope things get better for you.

Vahegurooo <3