Most of us have a favorite story that we’ve carried with us long past our first encounter with it. How that first encounter took place – by book, movie, or around a campfire – is less important than the connection we had with something rare and special. It conveyed a truth to us in a new way or simplified something that was previously complex or unknowable. It had realness that touched something in our life. Stories like that affect the way we think, how we fell, and how we act. They change us.
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