What is the ultimate dream or goal for your life?

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  1. Little Light profile image81
    Little Lightposted 6 years ago

    What is the ultimate dream or goal for your life?

    Is there something you have always wanted to do and never been brave enough to seek after? Do you have a dream for your life that is with you constantly, always in the back of your mind for some day? Is there a star you want to reach that just seems impossible, yet you cannot let it out of your sight?

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  2. instantlyfamily profile image80
    instantlyfamilyposted 6 years ago

    Ultimately, to be the best mom, wife, sister, friend...Becoming the best "me" I can be.. A work in progress, indeed!

  3. profile image0
    MP50posted 6 years ago

    My ultimate goal in life is to meet Jesus in person.

    I have already met Jesus in my dreams.

  4. rahul0324 profile image83
    rahul0324posted 6 years ago

    most importantly i wish to see my self as a successful family man...

  5. LisaKoski profile image95
    LisaKoskiposted 6 years ago

    I'd really like to make my living off of writing or something related to my degree. My current goal is just to get out of working retail but so far I've had no luck finding a new job so that's why I'm here!

  6. thesingernurse profile image83
    thesingernurseposted 6 years ago

    To create a positive change in my own way. I don't know how but I am working on it. smile

  7. FleshHeart profile image57
    FleshHeartposted 6 years ago

    I have a list (but in no particular order);

    - To be happy, healthy and fit
    - To love and be loved
    - That my children will truly know Jesus
    - To be the man that God wants me to be

  8. Born2care2001 profile image79
    Born2care2001posted 6 years ago

    I found my answer several years ago when I heard a speech by the late Earl Nightingale called "The Strangest Secret." I adopted his definition of success and that was to "progressively realize a worthy ideal." For me, that translated into a mission of helping men design lives that are fulfilling...happy, healthy and productive, lives that younger men might desire to emulate. My dream is progressively being realized, one moment, one day at a time as a Life Architect! It's a dream becoming a reality!

  9. NiaLee profile image60
    NiaLeeposted 6 years ago

    I have a dream: a simple life in a beautiful house in the country, with fields to grow organic food. My home is a two story square based house with a water castle on the top that recycle rain, solar panels, a little swimming pool on the roof. Inside the decoration is traditional and warm: flower wall paper, carpets and wooden furniture, a nice sitting kitchen, a library to read and write and a family room where laughs present, past and future dance around. I see my children and my husband, I see us hiking, riding bikes, working in the fields and enjoy our little peace of land, family and works. I did dream this in my sleep and it felt just right. I work toward my dream.

  10. athena2011 profile image56
    athena2011posted 6 years ago

    I've always wanted to be a Philanthropist. It is so heartbreaking watching news stories of people in need and not being able to help them. And it's not only people, but animals in need as well. One day I'll get there.

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    Emily Sparksposted 6 years ago

    My goal in life is to serve Jesus Christ my Saviour.  He died for me and my sins.  I accepted Him as my Saviour when I was 7 years old.  I do my best to live according to His Word and do what He tells me to do.

    Besides that (which really, is sufficient), I just really want to be a wife and a mother.  God's desire for women are for them to take care of their homes and families.  I want a home of my own to care for, a family of my own to care for, and a husband to care for.  This is what God has for me in life, and this is what I want to do more then anything--to live for God and take care of my family.

  12. Windclimber profile image82
    Windclimberposted 6 years ago

    I have three answers for you.
    The general answer is to be happy with the way I live my life (which I mostly am) and to be happy with what I've done with my life (which I mostly am.)  That's a never-ending quest, but it overrides everything else.
    The mid-level answer is to become as self-actualized as possible, to be the most genuine "me" I can be.  (Getting there, getting there . . .)
    The most specific answer - which is probably the one you're looking for - is a list of particulars (not in order of importance): to sail a small boat across an ocean, to find a truly team-oriented woman for a wife, to write at least one book worth reading and being recommended to others, and to bring at least one of my MDA's (Million Dollar Ideas) to fruition.
    I guess I'd better get busy, huh?

  13. JosieLee profile image76
    JosieLeeposted 6 years ago

    My ultimate dream is to be the mother of 5 beautiful boys/girls (which ever I am blessed with). For me to acheive my dream, I have devised a plan with backup plans. Right now I own a house and I will be purchasing another one very soon. I have been able to pay off my first house in less then 3 years and I am only 21. Paying off the next house will be a breeze. With all the property I purchase, I will rent as much of it out and save the earnings. I will also work hard to find a career that can help me support the family I want to have someday.

    I already have the fiancee and soon to be husband, next on the agenda is to complete college.

  14. iviskei profile image73
    iviskeiposted 2 years ago

    I want to have a job that involve my hobbies, that makes good money, and that I can do from home, and that I love. I do love my current job, but I would like it better part time.

    I would also like to be debt free.

 
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