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Elizabeth Mitts Section 516 Reflections 4. In five years I will be 23 and hopefully be getting my masters in Finance at  Texas A&M University.  By this time I hope to be almost completely financially  independent from my parents but still always willing for help.  I will have learned  to become more responsible throughout my years on my own in college and will  be accepting full responsibility for all of my actions and choices.  While the  opinions of my parents and friends will always be valued I will definitely be  thinking about what I feel is best for me at the time and will make my decisions  based on what I feel is best and not on the thoughts of others. I feel like I will be  able to manage my time better than I do now and will make better decisions  based on when I should go out and when I should stay in and study.  I feel like at  this point in my life I will be on the road to coming completely independent but I  will still not be there yet.   Even though I hope to have changed in many ways five years down the  road I also think that I will remain the same in many ways.  I still don’t think I will  know what my purpose is in life but I will be closer to finding it and finding myself.  I will still be just as driven as I am now and hope to still have many of the same  goals like doing well in school and looking for a good fulfilling job.  I will still be as  motivated as ever and the things that are important to me now will still be many of  the things that will be important to me then, like my relationships with my friends  and family, my faith, and my progression in becoming an overall better human  being.  I am satisfied with the way I am today and feel like I am definitely where I  should be in my path to becoming independent and I know that the core values  that I hold close to my heart now will still be there in five years, as well as the rest  of my life. Becoming autonomous is a long journey that isn’t going to just  happen over night.  In five years I hope to be almost there but I feel like I will still  have a long way to go before I become completely self-sufficient.  I think once I  have a steady job and a family is when I will be truly autonomous.  I will rely on 
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