Narrate Your Own Life

Truth is the one way out.

A. However you want to please others, it will only last for a few minutes or only when you have money and are up there.

Life is never constant. It continues to turn. Time breeds life and death. The earth will surely grow old, and until whence, no one can tell.

One sure thing in life is living it with meaning. Every new day is an achievement. Every new breath is a triumph over trials. Every new day is unexpected fate and a bonus gift from the Creator. And whether one likes it or not, the flesh has its end.

However, faith in a Creator, gives people the hope that everything will turn out right because the human race is God's own. In whatever state of life one is built, entails a responsibility to one another. To be happy, life must be lived courageously, truthfully and with charity.

The Holy Spirit guides the heart.

Wisdom and lessons come to the humble. Some don't learn enough because they learn everything too soon.

How far have the peoples gone? What were the lessons learned and shared?

Life is like the tide. It goes high. It goes low. It should know when the Master prompts a kiss or a lash. Its breath is the ripples. One, God of all, cups his hands and carries everyone back home.

B. Your Life

What can you share? What lessons can you teach? How can you inspire others through how you lived or how others lived?

Never boast, but only in the blessings of God who gave you everything.

Get the important details of your life that will be of benefit to make others live their goals.
Narrating one's own life can be in many forms. It can be an autobiography, a memoir, a testimony, or a journal, among others.

What is your purpose?

"A memoir deals with a particular period or episode in the author's life - his or her school days, for example, or years spent in an exile or trip," writes Professor Cristina Pantoja - Hidalgo.

A journal is an account of everyday events. Dr. Marjorie Evasco - Pernia reminded me to make beautiful sentences.

"Be candid," Professor Isagani R. Cruz stressed that rule in writing a testimony.

My tip: Of course, in writing something there must always be a theme or a subject. What is it that you want to be remembered by others?

For example, when I write something about myself, I write down very carefully; not to brag about anything. If I'm lucky, I could let others see the triumph, and make their own triumphs as well.

In that matter, the writer can achieve the purpose of the work. In that matter, anyone can achieve the purpose of that point in his life.


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