I wanted to become a Clown from the circus I had watched when I was seven, or the single trapeze artist performing miracles in the air and the very next day I wanted to become the errant horse rider who could control all types of horses by the magic with her voice.Someone once said that the three most important decisions in life answer the following questions:
1. What are you going to do?
2. With whom?
3. And where?
From time to time, we should stop and consider the choices we have made–and can still make, however old we are–so that we can have the best possible lives.I believe that is true for most of us. We begin with youthful dreams. They dissipate with experience. We take a job to make ends meet, and then another to improve our income, and then another, and before we know it, we have had a “career.”
It is a meandering path. Sometimes, we find that what we are doing is something other than what we really want to do.
What Are You Doing?