I HAVE 3 MAIN GOALS IN MY LIFE :D -
February 17th 2011, 03:19 AM
I have 3 MAIN goals I have set for myself in my life.
1. Audition for a movie, and score a role.
2. Become a veterinary technician.
3. GET THE HELL AWAY FROM MY MOTHER. FAR, FAR AWAY.
I have lots of little goals too.
Some are...listening to a certain song without crying(at least once), watch other people even more(learn how they react to certain things I say, and alter it to make them happier)...um, clean my house(right now its a complete mess, my parents are terrible pack rats and my house smells like cat poo and dog. Theres mold all over/in the fridge, rotting food, and my grandmother who lives with us and who is now getting Alzheimer, and is getting forgetful opening the door randomly, getting violent, and walking away from the house without remembering where she is)....be nicer? (i think im nice..i hope i am. But sometimes when i love something a lot i get violent or something..NO, not like abusive but i get really excited and keep smacking people on the arm lightly)....TRY and forgive my drunk asshole of a mother for basically ruining parts of my childhood....
BUT...my main Main MAAAAIN goal is: DO NOT EVER...EVER....BECOME A DRUNK LIKE MY "MOTHER". I AM NEVER GOING TO DRINK..JUST TOASTS AND MAYBE A PINA COLADA EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE. THATS IT.
haha sorry, i just realized that this became sort of a rant..MY BAD
Re: I HAVE 3 MAIN GOALS IN MY LIFE :D -
February 20th 2011, 08:28 PM
I like your main goal. I also want to emphasize on the forgiveness part - it is very good that you are aware of the necessity to forgive. The only way to break the cycle and truly become free, is through forgiveness. Anger and resentment are instinctive reactions, but following them will keep you imprisoned within them - they, of course, have one single objective - to perpetuate itself.
However, it is perfectly okay to be patient with yourself - things like these take time. It will become noticeably easier once you do move away and have that space to find calm and healing. Keeping these intentions close to heart, and trying sincerely in the present moment to uphold them - that is sufficient.
"If limitations exist, it is because we have erased the possibility of potential."