When I stopped to take these pictures of the images on the wall at Disney, my family knew it wasn’t because I love a good fairy tale. It’s because I’m intrigued by what happens in between “Once upon a time” and “happily ever after.”
Those two oft-cited phrases are only the beginning and the end. There’s a lot of story to be told in between. In a fairy tale the storyline and outcome are predetermined. Your story is not. The choices you make help write the pages in between. You are ultimately in control of the dash between the year you are born and the year you die.
What kind of story are writing? There are still pages to be written. What will you be remembered for?
Inspired Life Action:
What’s one experience you didn’t expect to be part of your story? Remember every good story needs a hero. The hero in your story should be you and you won’t get to play that role without overcoming adversity and challenges.
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