Stories To Tell . . .

Butterfly Sand


         Who was the first person to tell the first story? When people learned to communicate they learned to tell others what was happening around them. Eventually they learned to tell others what wasn’t there. People learned to lie.

Over the years individuals have excelled at telling stories. Some are sad, some poignant and some funny. The really good ones have aspects of all three. Of course this is my opinion. That is after all the one thing I personally excel at: voicing my opinion. In our lives we need, occasionally, to be uplifted, to be inspired. Stories can do this. We all have stories to tell, personal ones or fictional ones, it doesn’t matter. What is important is that the telling of our stories allows us to interact with each other.

Stories allow us to indulge in fantasies, experience places, people or things that we would not otherwise…

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