Sitting here thinking about this play called Life. From it's opening act until the final curtain call, its a tumultuous story filled with highs, lows, plot twists, laughs and tears. Although you are the star of your own play, it's not a one (wo)man show. There are co-stars, supporting cast members, walk-ons and some who make cameo appearances. There are heroes and villains throughout the show, some often becoming one and the same.
But remember there is only ONE writer/director for ALL plays. As the "star" you must allow Him to pull the best performance out of you. You must trust His direction, realizing that when a scene ends, it's only the set up for the next one. Whereas some scenes may end with tears, trust that He pulls you along to the next, filled with better times. And when the final curtain drops, if you have given Him your best performance, your award will be better than any Tony, Golden Globe or Oscar. You will receive the ultimate standing ovation,
Here is today's thought:
"The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why."
Two Fingers, One Love