What’s Your Story?

by Patrick Liew on February 1, 2014

I watched the great actor, Chow Yun-fat in action last night.

Chow is one of my wife’s favorite actor.

He alone has almost broken my bank account buying boxes of tissues for her. Lol!

I hope my wife doesn’t read this note.

She will kill me like the way Chow killed the Japanese spy Kaoriko Yamaguchi in “上海灘- The Bund.”

Jokes aside, I’m not ashamed to make this confession.

As a die-hard romantic, I am a sucker for a good story. It does not matter whether the story is from a movie screen or real life.

I believe that life is but a series of stories.

If I do not accept the stories in my life and come to terms with them, I would have lost the very essence of life.

I cannot have peace if I do not know how to face my stories and share them with my closest friends.

I have also come to realize that if I cannot find meaning and purpose in my life stories, I cannot achieve breakthroughs.

I cannot live beyond the horizon of possibilities.

All of us have a natural instinct to tell stories. It is a powerful way to connect with ourselves and with the people around us.

The stories that we tell in the future is a reflection of the stories we have already created in our hearts.

We will never be the heroes in these stories if we do not start by being
heroes in the stories within our mind.

Leaders throughout the corridor of time have used stories to communicate life-changing ideas and use them to move hearts and minds.

Sharing stories is a powerful way to change the world around us.

If the stories in the leader’s mind is healthy, it will create healthy outcomes in his followers’ life.

On the other hand, if the stories in his mind is unhealthy, it will unleash a trail of negativity and even

This morning, I was reading the pages on Facebook.

Every one of the person on it  has a story.

If any one shares his story openly with me, I will be on my way to have a good friend.

I believe the stories you hold close to your heart will shape the ultimate story – your life.

If you are not happy with your current story, you can work with our Creator to live out the best of the remaining part of your story.

You can also choose to close this chapter and start a new one. You can also end this story and start a new story.

In the future, you will have to tell your story in one way or another to your loved ones and friends.

The moments of reckoning will also arrive when you will be reminded of your story. You will have to re-live the story in your mind.

In the evening of your life, there will be lots of time to reflect on your story. I hope they will give you good dreams.

When you move on from this world to a better world, you will leave behind your story. That matters more than anything else you will leave behind.

I pray that your story will be a good story.

A story worth telling – one that will inspire others to craft their stories.

So, what’s your story?


I hope this message will find a place in your heart.

By the way, I have also recorded other reflections.

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Please read my reflections and continue to teach me.

Life is FUNtastic!


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