Stories help us make sense of the world. True stories told by our elderly relatives help us understand ourselves, and the telling also helps the storytellers make sense of their lives, says Laity Leadership Institute Senior Fellow Dan… Read More
Posted on January 29, 2012 by cascheller
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“What will I wear? What will I say? Get it together girl. You can do this.”
“Maybe I’ll give this one to him at my going-away party.”
Emoji: “You are a Knock out! You’re so hot. Congratulations on getting out of here! You are all that and more!!!!”
“Obsolescence is just a state of mind. Will Cursive see that or will she keep living in the past?”
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