So I am finishing up my last undergrad classes this week, and it is kind of nerve racking, because I still don’t have a job.
I have often been asked what I want to be after I graduate, and I usually respond with the career path that sounded good that week. lol. And I do have a general idea of what I want to do, but that’s just it, a general idea.
But throughout my last semester I came to realize something. When someone talks about who I am, I don’t want them to label me by my job. “oh I know Joe, he worked at campus security…” Or, “he went to LeTourneau and went on to do this *insert job title*” That is really lame to me. Because, my job does not = who I am.
I want people to know me by who I really am and want to be.
I am follower of Jesus.
I want to be a good man, a just man, and a loving man. That just seems a whole lot more meaningful to me.