Changing...........................................................If you don't have such a clear picture of what you want, you may become more humble. When we were growing up, our parents often wished our career definitions would be specific: fire fighter, teacher, police officer, doctor, lawyer, nurse. Yet as we grew older, we may have questioned such cut-and-dried choices. We may have gone to college and majored in a subject not defined by a career. We may have chosen the business world for financial reason. We may have enlisted in the military or gotten married.
Who are we now? We may just be beginning to question who we are and what we want from life. We may be dissatisfied by our choices of the past and are yearning to redefine our goals. We are changing every day. Such change has given us room to grow because our definitions of ourselves are not so clear, so rigid. The work we've done to make changes, teaches us to take continual inventory of ourselves. This personal inventory has enabled us to remain forever humble as we realize we are ever-changing, ever-growing persons. I can be grateful for the freedom in which I'm allowed to grow.