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Where do you see yourself in 5 years? .
I’ve heard this question so many times throughout my life, I’ve lost count. I think every job interview has asked me and frankly I’ve thought of where I’d be myself. .
But it was always regarding the secular pursuits of life. Where would I be in my career? How much money would I have? How big would my house be? How many friends would I have? .
But I never recall asking myself where I would be spiritually. My Catholic Faith at best was a side hustle to my main pursuit of materials things. I didn’t think of being a better Catholic years down the road. Having a better relationship with God. Maybe attending a daily Mass. Praying the Rosary everyday. Being a good example of true Christian charity to my family, friends, coworkers and strangers. .
Too often I have put the worldly pursuits of this world first. I haven’t looked beyond the physical accomplishments and rewards of this life. But that has to change. I need to envision a more saintly life for myself. I may not hit the exact idea, the 5 year plan, I draft on the pages of my mind, but at least it gives me a goal to aspire to. Something to help drive me. .
I mean we see it on resumes all the time: goal and results oriented. Why should it be any different for our Faith, the heart and meaning of our existence! So try it with me. Imagine writing a resume for yourself, not for your secular skills and accomplishments, but for your spiritual gains and accomplishments. When you do, take a look and be honest with yourself. Do you think God should hire you? The answer should be no, and if it is, no worries! Because God will take you where you are and help you reach that 5 year goal and so much more! .
P.S. Today’s my birthday which actually makes this post more relevant. 😂 Didn’t make that connection at first! .