Posted on 30th July, 2020
I have a very short bucket list. I am getting a bit ahead of myself I suppose, but I often think about my next life and the way I would love to live the adventure of it. I will always return as a spiritual teacher and I am thrilled with this.
I suppose It might be a bit like hobbies I would like to master when I think of careers I want to perfect in future lives. I have a long list of jobs/callings that I am actually eager to come back in a new life and be able to enjoy. Spirit and I laugh because I am forever saying how I want to come back. I am interested in always coming back to help others awaken their spiritual knowledge as well.
Here's my list:
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