Written by Mond Ortiz
Did you know that God has actually prepared your flight attendant uniform already, and it has been there from the very first day you dreamt of becoming one even as a little child. All God has to do is to hand it over to you the moment He knows you are downright prepared to become one. Since it was God who designed flight attendants from the ground-up, He knows when you are ready to take on an important role.
So instead of praying to God saying "Lord please make me a flight attendant", say instead "Lord, please help me go through everything to become a flight attendant". As you pray for this, accompany it with action too. It's just like a little child asking his or her parents to buy a new toy. Remember when you were a kid, you would say "Dad, Mom, please buy me a new toy", and they would usually say "I will buy you a new toy if you show me that you are a good girl/boy". It is just like that when we pray to God to turn you into a flight attendant. He would simply tell you "I will turn you into a flight attendant if and when you are prepared to take on the very important role and responsibilities that goes with the uniform."
God will mold and test you in the form of rejections, obstacles, and basically people around you. He will open up resources where you could read about becoming a cabin crew. He will make you apply in the airlines and go through rejections for you to know what went wrong and how you could improve yourself. If you are then already perfect for the role to be a flight attendant, He will give it to you at once.
Yes you may remember that we keep saying "becoming a flight attendant is only for the chosen ones" and you have every chance to become part of those chosen ones. Results may not be immediate but baby steps should show you that you are getting there.
Yes, God has already prepared your flight attendant uniform and wings on very first day you dreamt and decided that you will become a flight attendant. The only question is when and if He sees you ready enough to take on the role. Just like a child asking his parents for a new toy in exchange of being a good boy and doing chores, God will hand your uniform and wings to you the moment He knows that you are ready to take on the role and responsibilities of a cabin crew. All you have to do is to prove it to Him. Accompany your prayers with action, and our merciful God will not leave you alone.
Good luck future cabin crew!