For the past four years, we have built a comfortable place in high school. We know what we're going to do the next day and who we're going to see. But once we finish these next four days all of this is going to change. Most of us are not going to live at home anymore, or go to school with same people we've seen since kindergarten. Now, we really don't know what the next day is going to bring. And this uncertainty brings up the question of whether or not our actions are predetermined. Are our lives controlled by fate? Or do we create our lives on our own? I like to think that we are fully in control, but how does that explain all the natural disasters, accidents, and other bad stuff that seems to happen to good people? We only have control over so much, but once we leave home, we have so much more control over our own lives. The fact that we are adults takes on a whole new meaning. We, not our parents, make decisions about the most basic part of our lives. And that's a little intimidating.