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Stories have power.
Stories appeal to us because they are like shared reality. Something in a story, even something small, will be a thing we connect to ourselves. It could be an emotion, or a situation. It could be a metaphor for how we feel, or a sliver of a moment we remember.
We consume stories because they are mirrors of our humanity. Inspiration comes to us in the form of survival stories; we cheer for strangers who beat the odds; we celebrate those who bravely move on after catastrophe strikes.
Some of us write. Others of us talk. Many of us take pictures.
But the stories all have something in common. They can illuminate the best of who we are, and lend us hope.
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