Your life is a story, just like the New York Times best sellers we love to read by famed authors. And no matter how riveting or dynamic the tale, there's always a bad chapter. Yet we skip through it with positive anticipation to reach the next. Catching only the important paragraphs that help connect the story, and forgetting the rest as quickly as we turn the page. So be it with the chapters in your own life. When you reach that dull, or odd, or simply ridiculous section that's just an unnecessary filler within your best seller, turn the page. Take from it only the minor details that are pertinent and forget the rest. Look forward to the next page, instead of dreading it. As you are the author of your own life.