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Whether solving a problem, interacting in a relationship, exploring with our minds and hearts, there are things we fail to see and important questions we fail to ask



NEWS
VIRTUAL STORY WORLD CHENNAI
7th Sept 2020 session coming up:
The list of tellers and their stories are at http://storytellinginstitute.org/7Sept2020.html#a
This series is dedicated to "Storytelling by and for adults". Contact:
Eric Miller eric@storytellinginstitute.org

VIRTUAL STORYTELLING CALIFORNIA
The Storytelling Association of California invites you to attend the GENRE STORYTELLING EVENT on September 16th from 6:30-8:00. Our September Genre will be FOLKTALES.
storytelling7@gmail.com

FOCUSED, AFFORDABLE, HELPFUL
Organisations are benefiting from the assessment for businesses that we offer in affiliation with Knowledge Resources at a giveaway fee. It addresses culture, functional, people and strategic leadership challenges.
https://culturescan.biz/kr2020-assessment/






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QUOTEABLE QUOTES
QUOTES FOR LOCKDOWNS
“While global issues spiral out in worrisome ways, caterpillars are still transforming into butterflies, coffee still enchants us with its aroma, and the breeze still cools us off with a gentle touch” - Gregg Krech, ToDo Institute

“When we watch television and movies we consume, when we browse the internet we consume, when we listen to music or a conversation, we consume. And what we consume every day may be highly toxic. It may contain violence, craving, fear, anger, and despair” - Thich Nhat Hanh, iconic Buddhist monk

“I … spend hours of my life scrolling, getting lost in articles, comment conversations, and other people’s photo albums ... the endless scroll allows my brain to zone out from my life and float away” – Yael Shy, Senior Director of the NYU Global Spiritual Life Center



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