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Storytelling

Human history is recorded through storytelling.  “Stories have been carved, scratched, painted, printed, or inked into wood, bamboo, ivory, bones, pottery, clay tablets, stone, palm-leaf books, skins, parchment, bark cloth, paper, silk, canvas and other textiles, recorded on film and stored electronically in digital form.”  (Wikipedia)

Fairy tales, mythology, folktales, legends, sagas and epics are traditional forms of storytelling.  Documentaries and interactive electronic games are examples of contemporary storytelling.

All cultures, nations, tribes and families have their stories; familial,  political, historical, psychological and spiritual.  Stories are kept alive through repetition.

The Spring Equinox is fast approaching initiating renewal and awakening.  I invite you this week to review your path; your personal story.

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