Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Life Path?

Taking my friend's challenge.


Your Life Path Number is 9

Your purpose in life is to make the world better

You are very socially conscious and a total idealist.
You think there are many things wrong with the world, and you want to fix them.
You have a big idea of how the world could be, and you'll sacrifice almost anything to work towards this dream.

In love, you can easily see the beauty in someone else. And you never cling too tightly.

You are capable of great love, but it's hard for you to focus your love on one person or relationship.
You have a lot of outward focus, and you tend to blame the world for your failures.
You are often disappointed by the realities of life - it's hard for you to accept the shortcomings of the world.



Your purpose in life is to make the world better

I can agree with that IF we say that "the" world consists mainly of my friends and family. I don't have any illusion that I can make the entire world better. I can make my little part of the world better by making my family and friends happy.

You are very socially conscious and a total idealist. You think there are many things wrong with the world, and you want to fix them.
You have a big idea of how the world could be, and you'll sacrifice almost anything to work towards this dream.


UH.... no. There may be many things wrong with this world, but trying to fix them? I'll leave that for someone better than me. If I want to make the world better, I'll have a better world in my writing.

In love, you can easily see the beauty in someone else. And you never cling too tightly.


Okay... this I'll buy.

You have a lot of outward focus, and you tend to blame the world for your failures.
You are often disappointed by the realities of life - it's hard for you to accept the shortcomings of the world


I don't think I blame the world for my failures... in fact, I've been told that sometimes I go to the other extreme and take TOO much guilt for things that go wrong. Oh, well. It was a fun quiz, anyway.

What about you?

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