If we remain faithful, success IS guaranteed. We just need to understand that our definition and God's definition of success might differ.
Jeaniee! im reading your thing. I soo have to write a list!!
ok.. first off.
1) get my drivers license at a young age (15 is considered young)
2) ask my parents for a new phonee!
3) pass my pentachords test in band.
4) travel the world with my husband, Novak Djokovic
5) cheat on him with Jacoby Ellsbury =)
6) have kids with amazingly good looking Milo Ventimiglio
7) complete college within 6 months
8) talk to my crush
9) backtalk my teacher. hehe
10) tell my friends what i really think of them.
11) start the world on my own
12) smush all those pathetic people i dont like
13) mysteriously deletes everyones myspace pictures
14) know a kajillion people
15) never get sick when eating too much
16) talk to my crush. oh wait. i said that. yeah thats how important it is.
17) befriend everyone at my high skool.
18) turn back time
19) pass gym class. p. s. i cannot swim.
20) live at a water park
yep.. im done.
make the world a better place for people to live and give all the homeless people/kids/families homes and food and just help people out
The thought of knowing I can't fail at something is almost as scary as knowing I can't succeed. Failure drives me.
Tell the person I totally love that I love them.
Play the lottery in both Kentucky and Ohio.
i would definitely cure cancer. It needs to be done, and if I couldn't fail, then why wouldn't I try. But if this is aside from curing fatal diseases and such, then I would become a singer/song writer who is relatively well known but not hounded by the press, who sells enough to have a great lifestyle (eg. has connections with Robert Pattinson :P) and can still be popular without having to write stupid songs about stupid things (eg. Gimme More-Britney Spears) and actually write meaningful songs that may not be pop or that techno crap, but real stuff.
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As Pamela Anderson for a hot date.
(there is the occasional chance to be selfish)
I would join the Peace Corps and do as much good as I could do. I'd spread the idea that anything can be accomplished with love, respect, and faith in yourself. That doing something for someone else is ALWAYS better than doing something for yourself.