What’s Your Story
“There is no greater agony— Maya Angelou
than bearing an untold story inside you.”
“The one thing that you have that— Neil Gaiman
nobody else has is you.
Your voice, your mind,
your story, your vision.
So write and draw and build and play
and dance and live as only you can.”
“Everyone is necessarily— John Barth
the hero of [their] own life story.”
Today’s MotD asks us to ponder: whose version of our story are we telling about ourselves? The one our parents, friends, schools, culture, religions imparted on us? Our ego selves? Our authentic selves? Is our story based on unfounded beliefs, rules, and/or conditioning? What is the truth of our story? Is the story still valid? Is it time to edit? Is it time for a new chapter?
Now is as good a time as ever to reveal the true version of our story. It’s our story to write. It’s our story to tell.
The Mandala Lady
btw…started with this…