what is your life aim?

@GemmaR (8526)
August 28, 2010 10:44am CST
I have an aim to be happy in a house that I own outright (ie no mortgage) with my partner and at least one child by the time I am 40. I think that I will probably have children before I am 30, and then use the next decade to earn some money to buy the house of my dreams. I will probably get a mortgage first, but then save up more and more money so that I will be able to pay it off faster than I would originally have planned to. What about you? What is your main aim in life?
5 responses
@puccagirl (7316)
• Israel
28 Aug 10
I have several. First of all, I would want to own my own business, so that I don't have to work for others anymore. Also, I would like to have kids, and also my own house (owning it, I mean). After I reach those goals, I might think of something else though, it is important to get new goals all the time...
@savypat (20247)
• United States
28 Aug 10
My main goal is kindness, if I can keep my ego undercontrol and treat any and all challenges with kindness each day then I am living my goal. This is the only place tht I have control the rest of life is left to my higher power.
• Philippines
28 Aug 10
I wanted to finish a masters degree in special education first and have my own preschool. After that, I'll go for the thing that I really wanted to have, an orphanage. :D
@ElicBxn (60692)
• United States
28 Aug 10
to out live my mother and my cats...
• United States
28 Aug 10
My aim in life consist of fufilling a career as a petroleum engineer and just making the best out of building a concrete future for my daughter. I want to own my house but if it's bigger than the usual it is because I can pay someone to help me with the home chores and car wise I just want something nice and the rest just make sure I set money a side for my daughter's education that way she is comfortable in fufilling her dreams to finish school with no complications. I would definetly enjoy saving money so that I can retire early and just travel in peace with no economical boundaries.