What are my lifetime goals?
My lifetime goals are:
working with new inventions and creations, trying to make people’s lives better.
having children, join a monastery,
make a difference that is positive in society and live to see the results,
write a book that is successful and popular,
Learn to be a better person,
get a better relationship with God,
join a community of people who are like-minded, or are people who ‘jive’ with me emotionally and mentally – our thinking processes would be similar so that I am not feeling so alone.
make beautiful music that is appreciated by people,
continue my informal education.
start up a school which has intensive courses in it that are three weeks in length that teach a variety of subjects. live and breath. Immersion school. I think they will be wildly popular. I just would need the teachers I suppose.
How would I like to spend the next five years?
I don’t know how I want to spend the next five years.
I want to spend time with family.
I want to get us working together as a fmaily.
I want to get my room organized.
I want to get a sense of purpose in my life that is greater than myself.
I want to start making money.
How do I want to start making money?
I don’t know. I want to dress better. I want to learn to take better care of myself.
I want to lose weight.
I want to lead a happy, structured life.
I want to get involved with a good community of people.
If I knew now that I would be struck by lightening in six months from today, how would I live until then?
Wow, tough question.
I’d get on a greyhound bus and travel through various cities.
i would start showing my true self and work for those people like myself who need help in feeling comforted and no longer alone.
Since i would be dying, it wouldn’t matter what people thought of me. (ie – as of now, it *does* matter to me, I guess!)
I’d take everything I’ve ever written and compile it into a “this was my life” book, even if nobody read it, it wouldn’t matter.
I’d get my music listened to by somebody – by a group of people.
I’d start with a ferver a community of thinkers which met every week to discuss thinking and feeling items. Trying to help each other out.
Some place where there would be no “other”, just “us”.
[from lifetimegoals.txt – retyped from a printout]