I still don't and often wonder if I am on the right path. And you know how we men are....I won't ask for directions. haha
That's a big negatory for me. I guess I usually think about it in the professional sense. Like, what is the profession that is going to maximize whatever gifts I've been given to do the most good in the world? At the same time, I consider myself more personally driven, as in the quality of my time, health, education, connection w/spirit, etc, so I don't even know why I'm always tripping about finding that perfect career. I think it's probably because in the west our sense of identity is so wrapped up in "what we do." It can be hard to find your inherent value in who you are without the job/status/money to back you up.I'm envious of people I know that just KNOW what they want to do and go after it. I think how nice it must be to have that focus you can pour yourself into. As for me, I'll just continue to enjoy every experience I have and worry less about the specifics. But then again, it goes back to that question of how do you manifest things in your life if you are unclear about them? hmm...feeling like I'm rambling...Just gonna keep trying to evolve and hope I have a positive influence on people in my life.
Nope. Playing it by ear.
No idea. I'm very happy, but no idea. Work is second now that I have kids....
Always? That implies that I've ever known what I was supposed to do with my life.
I know one thing for sure and that's that I'm supposed to be a Mom. I've known that my whole life. As for my professional life, the list is long. I want to be so many things when I grow up but nothing is more important than raising this amazing little girl.
Hey, guys and gals, I'm of a different generation from you. By the time I was in grade two, I KNEW I wanted to be a teacher. And I always knew I wanted to be married--to love someone and be loved back. And I always knew I wanted to be a mother. I've been so BLESSED since all this came to pass. I've taught many different subjects and levels; my dear one and I have been married almost 45 years; our four great kids are all grown up and we think they are each wonderful in their own way. Who could ask for more?
Nope. Still trying to decide what to be when I grow up.
No way, but yeah. It's confusing.
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