We are more than we are and we are becoming. The future is our blank page where we can begin again a beautiful story.
But the fear. . . The fear of rewriting a grammatical error like we did in the past
The fear again of leaving the main character in a pool of blood at the end of our new story like we did before
We all want happy endings but it's surprising that not all get the happy ending desired
This should point to a truth
Those who are wise when given a second chance at writing their stories hand over the pen and learn.
We must learn to accept and acknowledge the 'true' but hard truth which is : our stories would end up in the tragedy of before if we write like before
The future is unwritten but if we do not hand over our pens to the Author we are simply writing the unwritten with the already written.
There is a skill in 'real life' story writing that we don't have
Man makes mistakes
God makes no mistakes
Let's hand over our pens to the one who has sent his son to die for us all for love
Some how the center of His story is to change our story
And when we surrender our pens, somehow History never forgets that we were characters in this story.
And when we surrender our pens, the written would never be rewritten on the unwritten.
Question of The Day : Do you believe the written ( the past ) can never affect the unwritten ( the future )? How possible is this? I would love to hear from you. A happy new september to you all :)
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