"Many are the plans in a man's heart, but it is the Lord's purpose that prevails."Proverbs 19:21
|Backed-up the list to my phone just in case the written version gets lost.|
I've scribbled a lot of things on my bucket list a few weeks ago. I contemplated. Read. Prayed. At first, I actually couldn't think of anything certain. I've planned a few things last year that I would do this year, but then, I got a little dicey about it. Few more things came in. I was not really sure if I'd write them. I was actually not sure if I could do them this year.
So, I decided to keep things simpler and more realistic. And by simpler, I mean possibly doable in 12 months. Last year, I wrote oodles of to-do these and those. By the end of that year, the list almost didn't look any different. There were a few things crisscrossed, but blah, it was 90% all the same. But that really didn't occur disappointing. A few other good things covered those up (Defense Mechanism 101). So, my 2011 was still satisfying (Ego Secured).
This year, I want a bucket list fully emptied. Or maybe yet 80-90% emptied. Before I inked those papers full, I remembered a verse by King Solomon from Proverbs.
(the rewritten version)
|#2 Get a girl! Oh-ha! That's an order! Haha.|
|Earn 20k! I work online; all my living expenses are free. At ang dami kong gustong bilhin! Kaya go!|
|And oh yeah! I'm just waiting for October! I've got tickets to Busan, South Korean a'ready! Weeeee|
This year, it is my prayer that my bucket list won't overflow with selfish desires. His love should lead me through.
Signed, sealed, Jesus, it's yours!
And I will seek God's kingdom first before all these things shall be added unto me. - Matthew 6:33