I know what I want to do when I grow up, do you?
Me, I want to help people to explore their inner depths. I want to help people see their dreams become realities; I want to help people walk along the path that has been set for them from before they were even born. My dream is to see other people’s dreams become realities.
And in truth, for the most part I do this now. It’s not my full time job, but it is part of my life. As a youth minister I teach my youth that faith is there’s to hold and to run with. Unlike running with scissors, running with faith is a good thing. In teaching the faith to the youth, I am teaching them to follow the path God has laid out for them.
I do it through the two blogs I write. By offering my insights and thoughts on topics of interest (to me at least) I am equipping you, the reader of my blogs, with starting points to learn more, to go that one extra step. I am offering you the ability to build off my central idea, to help create a person who is on the path. Or maybe helping them find the path.
And I do it with my daily life. I try to live a life that follows the principles I offer in my blogs, I try to be what it is I offer up in the blogs. I try to live my life as I am expected to live it, and I try to stay on the path to God.
But I still need to grow up, meaning, I still want to find that one job in life that will allow me to dedicate my time to my passion. I still am looking for where I truly fit in.
The current path I am on in life is headed in the right direction, but I feel it is not the path for me, that I need to discover still one more path. I am looking, searching for that path and at times I feel I am getting closer. But it seems I just am not there yet. But I know where I am headed; I’m just not sure how much further ahead of me it is. Or is it behind me, and I just past it up?
So what do you want to be when you grow up? Me I want to be a healer, a life guide and a teacher. I want to make a difference in the lives of others, than to fade away. I want to be what God created me for; I want to be his servant. And I pray that I am moving in the right direction.