Our lives are our narrative. Each moment adds a bit to our life’s story. Our narrative is not preprogrammed into us. We can change our narrative. It’s not easy to change a narrative, there are social constraints, family constraints. If we have the courage to examine our lives, we can decide if the life we are living is telling the narrative we want it to tell. If it isn’t, the moment is now to write the first paragraph to the first page of the rest of your life.
Published by Ray Calabrese
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