There are a few people from the past of whom I think highly. One of them is William Shakespeare. It is interesting to note that almost every word he wrote, he did not write for posterity, rather he wrote for his players; the favorite people in his life, his fellow actors. And yet his words have endured.
I think about that occasionally, how things turn out in our lives. How we do one thing but another thing ends up happening (sometimes good, sometimes bad).
All the world may be considered a stage where we ”go forth’ in our lives but most of us, including yours truly, are thrust rather abruptly onto the stage of life, ill prepared and handed a bunch of props, told to go perform, leaving it up to us to figure it all out.
So how’s your performance going?
Speaking for myself, well, I decided some time ago to take charge.
“As playwright and director in the play called ‘My Life’!
I’ve determined to give myself the staring role.
I will seek direction,
ask for assistance to secure needed props,
and surround myself with a strong supporting cast.
I will try to make my ‘play of life’ as successful as can be.
And hope for good reviews
and many, many repeat performances.”
~ Penny L Howe, 2014
And if I might recommend, I cannot think of a better person than yourself to become director in charge of the play called “Your Life”. I think you’ll also make a great playwright in that role as well. I’d certainly give it some thought if I were you, after all it’s your life we’re speaking of here! Nice to be charge of things that matter, like YOU!
Thanks for stopping by, hope your having a great weekend.