“Life is a culmination of the past, an awareness of the present, an indication of a future beyond knowledge, the quality that gives a touch of divinity to matter.” Charles Lindbergh
There is nothing wrong with setting goals. By planning our futures we’re being wise stewards of our time and talents. We start at an early age, learning to tie our shoes or ride a bike. When we begin school, we soon discover that we don’t achieve without knowledge. Our parents often remind us that we aren’t working up to our potential. As we become teens we start thinking about relationships and where they will go. Young adulthood sets our minds on college and future plans.
Once we leave the educational system, reality sets in – and I’m not talking about the kind you see on many of today’s television shows. We find that the goals we’re setting may be…
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