Live Your Story Well
Being a good storyteller means also being a good listener and observer, someone who is a lifelong learner, and is able to find the connection of the story heard or read, or seen enacted…and its how it reaches them, and then transform it, inhabit it, to be able to pass it on to others. Some stories will have resonate with you more than others; everyone has their individual reference points, places that grab and make more sense, mean more.
Live your story well, the best you can, even when you feel you are at your worst. All you can do is be your best, no matter what level you are at. Share it with others: they’ll help remind you of your potential.
Thank you to all who remind me of my potential.
Posted on January 11, 2013, in Caring, Counsling, Family, Friends, Healing, Inspiration, Love, Meditations, Mindfulness, Prayers, Spiritual, Support, Therapy, Transformation, Uncategorized and tagged anxiety, being in the moment, bravery, breathing, caring, compassion, concern, coping, Counsling, depression, focus, frightened, giving thanks, God, hope, jobless, love, mental health, patience, rededication, searching for work, strength, Talking to God, understanding. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.