What prevents you from doing what you really want to do?

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otis campbell Profile
otis campbell answered

Money    i want to have a no kill animal shelter

Zack -  Mr. GenXer Profile

That's all my fault and no one else's.

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otis campbell
otis campbell commented
Pick your head up if your young you can go to college and move on with your life never give up. Dont blame your past we all make mistakes their are people that will hire u. Just get your act together
Charles Davis Profile
Charles Davis answered

Sometimes my morality, sometimes my age, and sometimes the law.

Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

I could say:

"The ingrained need for survival via subjective morality and an understanding and acceptance of objective ethical societal guidelines."

But this would be a more broad answer and not just one for me . . . So I will go with "what I Really Want to do . . " as a career choice or pass time  . . . Then it is financial resources.

Don Barzini Profile
Don Barzini answered

Nothing. I'm a big kid and the world is my candy store.

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Darik Majoren commented
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Don Barzini
Don Barzini commented
Thanks for the link, Dark. The kind of "candy" I alluded to is that which involves great scenery, not diabetes. :)
Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

Got to go with The Z on this one.

And fortunately, I apparently have no deep seated anti-social desires that I am unaware of (or aware of, for that matter.)

And after the normal flights of fancy as a teenager, I have no desire to be a superhero, so I have always been comfortable with my particular limitations

Andrew Webber Profile
Andrew Webber answered

Like most people, I have a bunch of background fears that operate at an unconscious level. Those prevent me from doing the things I desire the most. If something is really important to you, it's normal that it triggers some kind of fear  of failure. Once you have a plan B in your head, things usually become less stressful.

Cookie Hill Profile
Cookie Hill answered

Sin prevents me from doing what I want to do, which is stay young and healthy and liver forever. Romans 5:12

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