I just have to laugh when I do that because I was such a different person way back when. I'm still "me", but my beliefs have changed, my priorities have changed, what I want in life has changed, but I do feel like I am a better person now because of these changes.
I was reading my old journal the other day and just laughed at myself. I had written down a few goals that I wanted to accomplish in the summer between my 7th and 8th grade years in school. Here are just a few:
1. To be in a good and happy mood.
2. To walk Sugar (my dog) everyday.
3. To do good in ballet class.
Those were the most important things to me at that time! They just seem so trivial to me now. To be in a good mood? Who makes that goal?
I'm such a dork. (I guess some things never change.)
Have you ever sat down and thought what your ultimate goal is in life? The reason why you are living?
For some people it is to be successful, for others it is to have a family and be a parent, and for some people religion plays a big role in their life and they ultimately want to make it into what their belief of heaven is.
So obviously I've been thinking lately what my ultimate goal is in life. What do I need to accomplish in order to feel happy, to feel satisfied, and it has me curious to see what everyone else's goals are.
What's your ultimate goal? Be a mom or dad? Be happy? Successful?
Has it changed throughout your life?