I’m happy that I’ve made the decision to continue my education. Looking forward to my son’s future is very important to me. I want him to know that he can do and go anywhere in life, all you need is a plan and follow it through. The feeling of fulfillment, having accomplished what you set out to do is wonderful. Where do I see myself in five years I have many dreams and goals in my life. I had aspirations of being a doctor something I had wanted to be since I was a child. But I realize that there are so many other steps I need to take in order to achieve these so called goals. This includes graduating from college and finding that perfect job. My expectations in five years are that I see myself well educated and living my life to the fullest with my son. Now seems to be the time to start taking life seriously and making responsible and educated choices.
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Now I come to a crossroad in my life where I choose what to do with my future and choose what will make me happy. My plans for the future are having a great job and with a loving family whose going to support me in my good and bad times. I have begun to realize that I have yet to begin my life everything up until now has been practice, as if I have been in a cage and it is only now that I am beginning to break free and do things for myself. I must work really hard to give my son a better future so it will be easier for him to concentrate more in school, because without education there’s really no future for anyone.
I want to be satisfied with my decisions to be able to accept and forgive, and most of all to be able to live up to the expectations I have for myself and my son. I will only accomplish my goal in being happy when I am able to live my life for myself and still able to provide love and support to others. I’ve learned so much about myself in these past two years. There has been many challenges but I have learned not to give up. My son is the one that keeps me going everyday if it wasn’t for him I wouldn’t be where I’m at today. Who knows? Twenty years from now I’ll look back as a proud father knowing I didn’t give up