From Chabad.org's Daily Dose of Jewish Wisdom, based on letters and talks of the Rebbe, Rabbi M. M. Schneerson.
You came on stage with a script in your hand. The script tells of you, the hero of the story, bringing light into places of darkness, repairing that which is broken, healing that which has fallen ill, creating beauty from scattered fragments of everyday life.
Your soul is tied to that script. Without it, you have no reason to be here. For you were conceived within that context, born to fill that role.
And should you fail to perform according to script, what then?
Then you must write your own script, one that can heal even that which you yourself have broken.
And your Creator who conceived you and conceived this entire plan, what will He think of this new script you have composed?
He will laugh in delight, exclaiming, “Look at my child! She has written her own script!”