Great movies tell the story of a single event or a lifetime.
They provide an opportunity to learn about the characters.
What they did?
How they did it?
Why they did it?
And sometimes, they leave us with more questions than answers.
Imagine your life as a movie.
You are the director, producer, and star.
A movie is a major investment of resources, time, and energy.
You have much to gain, or lose, depending on how well you develop the storyline.
Remember this is your movie and you have the final say on what stays in or what gets cut.
If you don’t like the storyline, change it.
If some of the actors aren’t working out, replace them.
If your choices aren’t developing that storyline in the way you want them to, make different choices.
The movie of your life is not a mystery, it is the culmination of what you believe, what you value and what you did.
“Your life is a movie. You are the main character. You say your scripts and act to your lines. Of course you do your lines in each scene. There is a hidden camera and a director who you can ask for help anytime up above.” ― Happy Positivity