posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 06:01 PM
reply to post by mynamehere
I need more details. Try to recall the conversation.
You were doing what exactly when he spoke to you?
You were standing where with whom?
Who said what to whom first?
How did this conversation go?
Because, as it is, this is what I'm envisioning:
You're watching your girlfriend flit around staring at statues. Bishop walks up.
Him: "It's not that you're not welcome here, but you're meant to be a watcher."
Thirteen years later this is still on your brain and you come here asking us your purpose in life. I'm flattered- really- but random people on the
internet will not help you find your purpose in life. I can tell you what I think and you probably won't like it. I will then. Here goes.
It doesn't matter what you do for your vocation. What matters is your disposition while doing it. You could be a janitor and be used for the glory
of God. You could be a homemaker and be used for the glory of God. You don't have to be the POTUS to do things that positively impact those around
If I had to guess based on the info you gave us- my first impression is that he was just telling you that it was okay for you to be there as a
visitor. You could just watch, you didn't have to be Catholic, and nobody was going to pressure you to become one. He was likely trying to set you
edit on 13-10-2012 by LeSigh because: (no reason given)