When we are younger and the world still seems to have all of its mysteries, dreams don’t seem to be so far out of reach. I can honestly say that I have had what I thought would be my dream job. But I built up in my own fantasy what became my expectations about the job. So when I was finally blessed with the chance to work for what many call the happiest place on earth, it became a major disappointment. I never really realized that to work on a major animated movie with Walt Disney’s name on my paycheck would mean that I committed to all the hard work that goes into it.
As I got older I realized that the reason jobs like working for a prestigious animation house, law firm or even an Elite Special Forces Unit, represent s the commitment that the individual has to become the best at what they do. My year long intern ship ended with Disney because I lost my drive to be there after my wife died. If I would have stayed my life would have been different in was that I can only imagine. I would have never entered the seminary, which put me on the path that helped me publish the Road to Salvation and meet Kansa. Both of those events were necessary for my life to be put back on track. My point is I had a chance to become on of the 1% that so many talk about and it was my actions that were sent with consequences that changed my life. Do I regret it the income would have been good but I would have never been as happy as I am now. So before complaining about what you don’t have may be you should ask yourself why I don’t make the money I want and find a way to go out and do it.