Strangely, though this one looks like a common question, I have just realised that I have not thought of this, well, at least for the past one year.
Sure, I live for the moment, seize the day and all, but there’s nothing wrong with a bit of planning, no?
10 years from now, oh, that’s 2020. If you are a Malaysian, you’d probably be aware how familiar that year is – Wawasan 2020 by our previous PM – but let’s not look at the macro scale.
Just look at the micro but precious life on mine.
My life in 10 years.
I would be 35 by then.
Career-wise, I wish I could be at least four steps ahead of where I am now. Should Have completed my MBA by that time, and probably another Master’s degree. Well, 35 is a prime time in a career, might not be at the peak yet, but enough experience to be heard and listened to. Do something great, leave a legacy for those coming after me.
And hopefully at that time, I have not change myself into something other than a corporate environmentalist.
Oh well, though I first address my career issue, I know that ten years ahead I want to have a family. Have children. Be a good mother, and a happy one at that. Let’s skip the bit about the husband, but the truth is, nature’s kicking, and I am feeling the urge to become a carer.
Write and publish something, NOT in a blog, of course.
Err, regardless of how lame and sallow I think it is to plan of something material, having known the importance of a good car, I wish I can afford a hybrid car by that. Haha.
That’s in term of achievement.
But above all, ten years from now, I hope I am at more peace with life and myself, I am closer to God and have a better spiritual relationship with him. I hope I have done enough good deeds to meet Him and not be shame of my life.
I wish ten years from now I could have done much more for Islam and the world and now that I am fulfilling my deen as much as I can. And has memorised more than half of the Holy Book.
I wish ten years from now I would be more mature and wise.
I wish 10 years from now, if I am still breathing, I am a better person. Spiritually, physically (though this might be less possible, 2nd Law of Thermodynamics says so), mentally and emotionally.
And of course, ten years from now I wish, ultimately, that God would love me more and be please with me, whether I am still alive or not.