There’s a stereotype about life. Probably about 85% of people think that living a full life means as soon as you get out of high school you go to college, you choose a career, once you’re done with college, move away and find your “dream job”, maybe get a nice house and car, find your “soul mate” and have kids. In our culture I guess people call that “the american dream”. That life isn’t as fulfilling as you think it would be. Sure, you may have stuff, lots of stuff but you will always want MORE, nothing will ever be enough. You will be missing the truth and love of the father. What is of worth without him? NOTHING. Without God, our lives are NOTHING. To most that may seem morbid to say but it is true because all the American dreamers don’t understand that their lifestyle will not fulfill what is missing, only God is the filler of that emptiness. I may not be married, I may not have kids, or a 4 year college education, I may not know what the future of my career life looks like but at this point I AM living life to the fullest because what living life to the fullest means to me is that I am continuously seeking and desiring to know my Father and he is graciously putting brothers and sisters in my life to press me further into love with Him as I am them. I am blessed to love and to be more loved than I know what to do with.