Jeremy: The thing I had to learn last year is a perfect plan doesn't mean that it ends up the way you want it to end up. In the past, if you asked me what's a perfect plan, I'd be like,"I get what I want, I get my dream, I play well. " Now I have a different perspective on what a perfect plan is. You don't get better if you win all the time. You know, you get better when you lose. You improve when you lose. You look youself more when you lose. So if you learn a lot, or if I learn a lot, if I grew a lot, If I become a better person through tough times, That's part of his perfect plan. That's part of his perfect will.
When I was going through all my insecurities and uncertainty and lack of confidence, I was losing focus on god. I was focusing on all these other things, like my job and what other people thought of me and what the reporters were writing. You know, over time, I was able to check myself and kind of get my focus back. And I think god did something supernatural in me, something that I couldn't do on my own, something that I may never be able to recreate. So I think, in that instance, I was just learning to fight, to constantly live and play for god. And when I do that, I'll be able to walk on water.