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Kenneth Shaw

That is a great analogy. I am new to storytelling and this has given me some peace as there are some stories that I just think or too immature, too demanding, or too whatever for me to tell them. Now I know why. Thanks for the insight.

Marilee Lasch

Vanessa, you " hit the nail on the head with this one"....

Rhonda Brewer

As with people, we need to be open to the stories put in our path. You never know the lesson we may be able to learn or teach by sharing our stories.

Marian Nance

I never thought about paralleling stories with dates but I do agree they must me told and yes, one must keep them close. One must always siege the opportunity to tell it whenever and wherever one can. Timing can be everything when telling or sharing a story. It will most likely be retold. And this, my storyteller friend, surely helps to keep stories alive.

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