Write Your Life’s Script

Writing

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I love to write.

Writing for me is the catharsis for my emotions. It allows me to express my feelings and let my voice out. Most of the time, I write about my experiences and the lessons I’ve learned along the way. I also write to tell my story.

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. – Maya Angelou

Last year, as I was driving home from Cagayan de Oro for the Holidays, listening to an audio by Bo Sanchez, I was hit with an epiphany. I keep on writing about the past, why not write about the future for a change? The future I want.

According to Bo Sanchez, most people treat their lives like a telenovela. They just watch. You don’t know how much power you have. You have the power to write your own life’s script. God himself has given you this power. He wants to empower us to take control of our lives. Everything we want is at our fingertips. We just have to reach out and take it

It was in high school when I discovered the importance of writing down my dreams. I would write down everything I wanted to have or achieve – whether it was high grades, a dream destination or the future that I wanted for myself – I wrote everything down.

Dreams on paper, gain new power. If you don’t write your dreams down, then they are merely wishes. When you write down your dreams they become “goals”.

Goals are dreams with a deadline.

All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them. -Walt Disney

What do you want in life? Start writing everything down. There is only one rule: When you write, don’t place limits on what you want. No goal is too big, no dream is too crazy, no ambition is too high. Sky is the limit.

Go live a Truly Wealthy life.

-Alex

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