Liberty University after-graduation, don't know what to do with my life – help spiritual / economic crisis?

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I am graduating from college this June and I have no idea what to do with my life. At first I thought that I was going to be a religious counsellor but then I found out that there was no such market for that. Sometime during sophomore year I no longer believed in a God and became an atheist after I found out that I was gay and couldn’t live up to this Christian hypocrisy of being straight. Now, with a 2.9 cummulative gpa, no honors, no faith in a god and no direction to go in life, I’m at a lost in what I should do

I have thought about teaching since my major was in Biology but I don’t think University of Texas @ Houstin will look at my application and then there’s always getting my credentials done at Liberty. The problem is I don’t think that public schools would react too kindly when they see I did my undergrad & cred at Liberty

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My heart goes out to you for the turmoil that religion has brought into your life. At least you learned that Christianity is hypocrisy. So you got something out of it. The fact you are gay, there is no sin in that. I personally am a heterosexual, have been all my life.

At one time, I looked down on Gays and Lesbians. I was raised a Christian and my head was filled with a lot of fear and non sense. I abandoned the Christian theories. And became an Agnostic, I believe there is a divine source in the Universe.

God, I don’t know about. What I do know about, is there is life after death, because I remember my last life, and that we have free will in this life to make it into whatever we choose to do. School teachers are being laid off 30% of them got pink slips here in my state.The economy is a factor for you. You could do a lot of work helping the disadvantaged, the sick and the poor. If you reviewed your life and realized, it wouldn’t take all that much money to make you happy.

Instead of evolving your bank account, you could evolve your Soul. After all that’s all we take back with us when we leave. This is the dimension of learning, and sometimes sacrifices are apart of the learning process.

You sound like you have many Blessings already.

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