Guilt to Greatness
When I started the Secret I was a student with out a hope in the world. Several school programs I was applying for had rejected me and I finally sunk into the Secret. At first it was hard because of what I had been taught my whole life. I always have learned from my parents you have to work hard to get what you want and that life is usually unfair. I also come from a very religious background and one of the most difficult things to overcome was the guilt I have always had in the back of my head for every thing I did and for wanting things of this world and to want riches, fame, beauty and love life.
Finally after weeks of hard work to change my thought patterns, I came to an overwhelming conclusion. That my Heavenly Father would or does not want me to live such an unhappy life and he wants me to find joy and to spread my voice and talent. I had always wanted to be an actress, author, dancer, and business woman, but I never knew how. Of course Id always had this idea of a novel in the background and even had some of it written down. In the past when I came to writing I would take the story far off course and not do with it what I wanted. I finally took the book to new levels of storytelling. I would imagine myself as Shakespeare creating legendary works. The words flowed out of my mind onto my fingertips and projected out on my computer screen.
The next step was editing and finding a publisher. Sure enough that part came easy. The first Agent I found accepted me and found me a publisher and I was out to New York signing a contract with in three months of writing the book. Now it will be hitting the stores and I know that the public will enjoy it because the story is so good. This major turn of events all happened merely by me believing in myself and acknowledging that I deserve greatness and that it is okay and nothing to feel guilty over. I hope that my story inspires someone out there because that is my whole purpose and I plan on using the wealth and fame I receive as goodness and to inspire those around me.