I'm going to be honest. Most of the time I don't feel like an adult because I don't have a "real" job.
But despite the logic, it's how I feel.
Well until tonight.
As I sat in my living room pondering and reflecting on the meaning of life (sounds so deep, but it wasn't, it happened in the middle of a fb convo), I thought about my vocation and what I want to be.
I tried to think about "where would I be happy" and "what would I like to do".
And a few options crossed my mind, but they didn't really jump out at me.
It was in that moment that I realized my life was being built around figuring out the "perfect" job for me and how I wouldn't be satisfied until I found that job. Whatever it maybe.
Last night I shared with some of the girls in the youth group that relationships are most important in life. First our relationship with God, then our relationship with others.
I need to stop being a hypo and take some of my own advice. I will NEVER be satisfied in a career or job. Those are mere tools in which God has entrusted to me to build relationships and to be an ambassador for Him.
Moral of the story: Jesus doesn't care what your job is (of course provided your job isn't breaking his law), He just wants to make sure your identity is ultimately found in Him.