The Stories That We Tell


String words together and a story is told.
People always love a good story.
A good story must have conflict and an end.
Complications, difficulties and problems are the conflicts that drive the action.
It is the quest for solutions or resolutions that makes a story worth telling.
Life itself would be meaningless if it had no end.
For the end is the denouement where everything unravels
and things become clear and make sense.
I love good stories.
And I am striving to learn how to gracefully handle conflicts and endings .
In modern-day storytelling (i.e. the movies),
a good movie often leads to sequels and even prequels.
Humans that we are, we seek to know and understand our origins and final destination.

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