"Life is a sacred event, even if you are not conscious of its sanctity. Experiencing your life as an art form isn’t merely about finding yourself, it’s a process of consciously creating yourself."
What's inside the book?
Here's a sneak peek!
"When cast as a pawn, one may consider this role uninspiring. But a master chess player realizes the pawn has a genius no other chess piece possesses... Like the pawn, there is within us the ability to transform ourselves from an insignificant player to something uniquely formidable."
Writing a good plot in our own life is difficult because we do the same things amateur actors and confused writers do:
• We get lost and self-absorbed in our own dramas.
• We repeat the same old story line again and again.
• We don’t know how to generate heroic characters.
• We make weak choices because we can’t see the bigger picture.
• We don’t want to be judged by our critics.
• We don’t take the time to discipline our talents.
• We don’t face our dragons with valor.
• We don’t have the nerve or imagination to star in our own lives!"