Live the story you want to tell

Never was there a quote that so embraced this moment for me.

“Live the story you want to tell”

I want to believe in a world that is kind and fun and inspiring and courageous. I want to trust that sharing myself and my gifts with the world will be a fun enchanting life. I want to socialise with people who do the same, embrace their gifts and who courageously share them with the world.

The words brave and courage come up a lot for me at the moment. I want to be the fearless warrior at the forefront of my story, living life fully and not shrinking into the background because I’m scared of being vulnerable or being wrong.

I understand that we have to embrace our vulnerability and be open regardless. Our hearts were full of love before they even started beating, I want my story to reflect that. I want my story to reflect a whole hearted love, full on trust, courage to move forwards and to embrace a life outside the norm as that appears to be the hand that I was dealt.

I know so many people who have been brought into this world for normal but glorious lives. Beautiful tender hearted women who were meant to be mothers and share their love and compassion with the new souls on this earth. Men who strive in business and are able to support their families and perhaps employee others, supporting a small community with jobs and a livelihood. These are beautiful glorious spiritual lives that our society holds as a norm.

Live the story you want to tell

Great quote isn’t it, I’m going to continue to ask myself this question. It’s fun for me to see a conversation take place in the comments, I’d love nothing more than to have a small community of like minded lovies here, so if you’ve got 2 minutes please tell me what would be the main themes in your story…

Love Fiona,x

3 thoughts on “Live the story you want to tell

  1. Fiona, I think your blog beautifully reflects the story you want to tell, and that’s why I love it. And I really appreciate your comments about how, whether we’re called to live a story outside the norm, or one that seems to be more within society’s norms, both are vitally important and interesting. I think our passions and gifts are great pointers toward the life we will most enjoy living and also the life where we have the most to offer others.

    From my own perspective, I’m living a fairly ‘traditional’ life and yet I feel very different at my essence from what society and culture sees as normal, which I find hard to reconcile sometimes. I guess what it’s taught me is that life is rich and complicated no matter where we find ourselves and we have so much to share with each other! And I find everyone I come across to be so very interesting!

    Thanks for the great post, xKim

    • Absolutely my pleasure, I’m glad it spoke to you 🙂

      I’d love to know what you think is so different about your essence, that sounds fascinating,xxx

  2. Hi again Fiona, it’s hard to describe in a few words but probably given I live a fairly ‘traditional’ life people are sometimes surprised to discover I’m very spiritual, rather quirky, a little bit bohemian, and quite contradictory, for example, I am a gentle quiet person who loves intellectual activities like thinking and reading, and yet also enjoy extreme sports such as long-distance hiking, rodeo, snowboarding, and motocross (the last three I only watch not do!). I love how we are all different and yet alike in many ways.

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