We Always Have a Choice in How Our Story Ends

I believe we always have a choice in how our stories end. In who we choose to be and where we ultimately end up. But that doesn’t mean we’re in full control of the plotline as we go. It doesn’t mean there’s a fixed way things “should” or “shouldn’t” be.

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Digital media and production company, publishing house, and full-service life-purpose development, branding, and online marketing boutique. StephenieZamora.com

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