I adamantly second this advice. It’s good for one and all.
Day 5 of the Oghma Creative Media Blog-a-Thon, by Sylvia Dickey Smith
Reblogged from http://www.sylviadickeysmith.com/women-as-myth-makers/
Women As Myth-Makers
I make no bones about it; I am a lover of myth, folklore—story. Over the years, it seems to resonate at a deeper and deeper core of my being. I read folklore, and get chill bumps. The deeper meaning of the myth and the art of the storyteller come together to thrill my soul.
Story—myth—is what holds societies together. It creates full-spectrum color out of what would otherwise be a black and white world. Story adds meaning, excitement, hope, focus, inspiration, commitment, dedication, renewal, and foundation to our life. (To name a few. The list is endless)
We create not only our present, but also our future, by the stories we recount to others, and sometimes to ourselves, about who we are and where we…
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