You're challenge changed my life. I thought this was the best way to show you how much it meant. Maybe this will challenge you to think the way you have made me think.
I love you,
I want to move away from the things that are hindering my relationship with God. I want to move away from the people that just constantly lead me toward sin. I want to move away from Nevada, because I really just feel called to go somewhere else to do all the great things I am going to do with my life. I want to move away from everyone else's expectations because I'm tired of being told it's OK to "slip once in a while." I am more than that. I want to move away from all the negatvitiy in my life because recently I'm really tired of people telling me that I can't. I want to move away from things, people, places, and relationships that are not productive to my relationship with God. The difficult part is it can be extremeley tricky to discern what is and what isn't truly conducive toward this relationship because the lines are often blurred by emotions.I guess a better way to answer would be to say the things I want to move toward. I want to move toward God. I want to move toward success. I want to move toward virtue, toward people who I know will truly love me, toward those I can see God in, toward new opportunities, to a better stage in my life (I plan on constant improvement). I want to move toward the best version of me that I can be because although I don't consider myself a bad person, there are things about me that I don't like and that I am changing. I want to move toward productivity.And really, I know at times this is very selfish, but I really just want to be happy. And truly happy, not just the satisfaction of getting what I want.