Posted by: frankjwalker | August 30, 2016

Between the first and last pages…

first and last

 

Between the first and last pages.

 

Your life is a story.

You have a lot of control over how the story of your life is written.

In fact much of your story is written by you.

Circumstances happen, stuff happens but you have the words and actions to make the story either positive or negative.

You are the hero of your story. The hero is a hero because of the problems that are overcome and the deeds that are preformed.

The hero always wins. No matter what.

You win. If you become the hero of this life story that you are living.

It’s all in the way you write your story.

Yes, you have difficulties. Yes, it seems that the bad guys will win. But that is where you come in as the hero of your own story. You can write the winning pages of your own story, your own life.

There is a lot that can happen between the first and last pages of your life story.

There is a lot that can happen between your birth and your passing away, the end of your story.

Take the time you need to change, re-arrange and re-write your story.

You are the author of your story, the writer of your thoughts and dreams.

Take control of what’s  between the first and last pages of your life.

 

Need help writing your story? Let’s talk @

Frank J Walker LMFT

1617 Main Street

Cambria, Ca. 93428

805-395-115

fjwalker.walker@gmail.com

Frank’s books are available @

http://www.blurb.com/user/store/frankjwalker

 

 

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