Wednesday, April 26, 2006

My Vision

Your Life Path Number is 4

Your purpose in life is to build your vision.

You are practical and responsible. You work hard, knowing that there are no shortcuts in life.
You work for a better life for yourself and those you love, but you are not an idealist.
Trustworthy and honest, you also demonstrate great courage. People can count on you.

In love, you are a loyal and committed partner. You are the ideal spouse.

You don't give up easily, and sometimes you can be too stubborn and unwilling to change.
You also can be too conservative at times. You sometime miss out on good opportunities.
Also remember that not everyone can work as hard as you, as disappointing as that is!
Vision. I had it when:
  • I was a teen leader in youth ministry.
  • I was going through college.
  • I got a real job.
  • I got married. (So I thought)
  • I went back to college.
  • I was expecting my son.
  • I was going through my Master's program.
  • I lost a lot of weight.
  • I started the administrator's license program.
  • I renewed my spirituality and relationship with Christ.

At times I wonder what happened to my vision? I realize that my vision has just been out of focus. It is becoming clear again.


Sambo V. said...

I understand what you mean about losing focus of your vision, but the important thing is that you still SEE it. Life can be so busy at times that our visions can get blurred, but not blinded. Hang in there Butterfly. You've always come across as a strong woman. ;)

Tab said...

visions are a good thing...they open the path in which we step.
I appreciate and admire your ability to share you faith and respect everyone elses preference.
That means a lot to me :)
Thanks for sharing ~

DayByDay4-2Day said...

I didn't agree with mine.

Da Gal said...

ahhh yes the visions are always there - just a matter of whether or not we are focussed on what is in front of us. I suspect you have a lot going on in your life that can distract you from clear vision. You seem to be doing a great job!

Now rest, relax, and let the vision come into focus.

Sober Chick said...

I had to exchange my lenses many times. I think this will be for the rest of my life but I don't need to walk around with the lens cap on seeing total darkness.

This is post. You have beautiful past and present visions.

Number Twelve said...

Great entry, Butterflygirl! The smile I saw on your face today as our cars passed... so nice to see my friend smiling and regaining her focus. ;)