We Will Never Know The Full Story

We won’t. We will never truly know the full story.

Think of your favorite story. Did the protagonist know everything that was going on? Probably not. (And if they did, it wouldn’t have been under realistic terms.)

Job didn’t know the full story, and he was never told the full story either. (Not sure what I’m talking about? Click here for the full story.)

Sometimes we go through life and we find the answers to our questions. But sometimes we go through life and there remain questions unanswered. Some of them are casual questions, while others go much deeper. Why were they hurt? Why did I get sick? Why did they die?
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You Have A Story

You really do. I know I’m not the first person to say this or talk about this, but I’m a firm believer in it. I have also come to realize that most people do not like to share their story, do not think it’s interesting, or some combination of the two.

Which I think is really interesting, and sad. Sure, most of us don’t encounter dragons as we make our way to school or work, and can’t fly off to save people, or whatever adventure you imagine yourself in. But you are the only one of yourself, and your story will be like no other. You have a story. Maybe it’s not the happiest story – or maybe it’s not the most dramatic – but you have a story!

I’m curious which of these objections you find yourself saying about the story of your life?
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