Saturday, October 13, 2012

Tell Me A Story, Alice!

Central Park Alice In Wonderland
Photo Credit: Mark Grace

“No, no! The adventures first, explanations take such a dreadful time.” 

― Lewis Carroll,  Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass

If you don’t know the trees you may be lost in the forest, but if you don’t know the stories you may be lost in life. 
Siberian Elder

“That is the power of a good story. It can encourage you, it can make you laugh, it can bring you joy. It will make you think, it will tap innto your hidden emotions, and it can make you cry. The power of a story can also bring about healing, give you peace, and change your life!" (p.15)” 
Jeff Dixon  The Key to the Kingdom: Unlocking Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom
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  1. For sure. I, too, have found much solace and rest and solitude in stories from others. That is the beauty of the web: it is just another vehicle that acts like the modern storybook...for big kids like us :)

    1. Than Sandra! Great to connect w you here! Praying for you.


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