You’re about to make your big debut, and you’ve invited everyone to come. Amongst the chatter and excitement, your supporters began to take their seats, and they can’t help but notice the front row is completely empty. As people began to look around, they’re perplexed, to say the least, because your family is sitting in the middle, while the front row is waiting to be filled. Normally, important people are seated near the stage, but you’ve “reserved” them for your enemies, because no one deserves the best seats in the house, more than they do. In fact, you need them up close and personal, so they can see no matter how much they tried to “cast” you out, the “show must go on”.
Many people don’t want to see you in the “lead”, so they’ll do whatever they can to keep you “backstage”. “Stars” aren’t meant to be hidden behind “closed curtains”, so don’t let anyone stop your “shine”.
Until next time my NOTE takers!