The Act-Life in Stages

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The Act-Life in stages

Carolyn Coleman-Grady

 

4-23-12

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The Act-My life in stages

The stage is set and act one has begun and the scenes of life begin to scroll the screen.  Sitting in the center row watching life unfold before the world.
Life is full of surprises and serendipity. Being open to unexpected turns in the road is an important part of success. If you try to plan every step, you may miss those wonderful twists and turns. Just find your next adventure-do it well, enjoy it-and then, not now, think about what comes next.

 

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Imagine your life in different scenes could you change the direction and the course of life?  What would you do differently to steady the course?  What scenic act would you develop first? Would you change your name?  The scene is set and the story unfolds to an island where the trees leaves freely blow in motion with the wind, the ocean breeze flows across your face leaving fresh since of imagination. The sands are white and you can see the ripples of the water for miles.  Imagine the fruit of the land labeled streamlined especially with you in mind.

Planning your scene from one act to another and acting it out in stages with its twist and turns that you direct. Editing and changing scenes that create a motionless state.  The acts of our lives change daily and unfold before the world in some fashion or form.  The scenes we direct turns and twist our minds.  We eloquently perform gracefully and as the curtains close we slump into a dark space that renders us lifeless.  When the curtains open we act our life out in stages.  The audience roars for more. 

Imagine living in a castle with a room for each day of your life.  If you had the opportunity to change the room each day what would be your choice.  I’d like a room where books reached the ceiling; I would read the lives of others and imagine the scenes they played.  Remember Little House on the Prairie tilling the land for food, walking for miles to school and using a horse and carriage to go into town could you imagine yourself in this scene?  Dry, dusty, roads, wells to retrieve water, wooden floors and shared times for bathing.  The challenge of the country have devoured many, those who stood up to the challenge survived the twist and turns of life.  Acting out our life in stages allows us to grow and remain functional in our mind body and spirit.  Create a scenic act and watch the scenes of your life twist and turn causing you to grow in so many areas. The act of success causes us to survive to imagine the awaited expected anchor.  Bravo, Bravo, Bravo.

 

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Carolyn Coleman-Grady- The act-

 

 

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