At any given moment you have the power to say this is not how the story is going to end, or how the story is going to continue. A new day, month or season seems like another ordinary day, but that’s not true. A new day or even a month has many unlock potential. It is a time to decide whether you want things to continue as they are, or to stop narrating the story, and say I am going to end here or change how this narrative will be read in the future. It’s easy to feel like you are not in control of things, but you’d be surprise by how much you are in control, each us constructs and lives a narrative wrote the British Neurologist Oliver Sacks, this narrative is us. The self is constantly or perpetually written story and in the end we become the autobiographical narrative by which we tell about our lives (Jerome Bruner). As humans we are powerful in that sense, we have control over our lives and how the narrative about us is told, we can deny it but ultimately it is us who constructs the narratives that comes to define each of us. We are all storytellers and we are the stories we all tell. We are constantly inventing and reinventing ourselves, to present the best characters or worst character to the audience. We are the central character of this narrative we are constructing, the protagonist of this autobiography. Given such great power we have the power to decide at any moment the fate of this character we call “self” we can decide to let it live the life it is currently living (miserable, lonely, unhappy, and hated), or we can decide to reinvent it into the next Atticus Finch. Regardless of where you are in live, you can decide at any moment to start over, there may not be re-start button that says press here if you want a blank start you can still restart. It is never too late, regardless of how powerless you feel remember that no one is absolutely powerless. You have the power to restart, if not to rewrite the whole narrative of this autobiography the least you can do is decide how the narrative will continue. Whether it is a new day, new month or new season each presents a potential and chance to start over again. A chance to let go of past and start over again. Tomorrow is too late; yesterday is over and now is exactly the right moment.