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Imagination and Creativity & storytellingarticles

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Stories for the Journey

What might have been a chilly and confusing morning drive to school for father and children has instead been an opportunity to weave an astonishingly intimate fabric of heart and imagination.

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Almost Nothing, Yet Everything: A Stunning Japanese Illustrated Poem Celebrating Water and the Wonder of Life

“If you turn your back to the blues and deny your dependence on them,” Ellen Meloy wrote in her timeless meditation on water as a portal to transcendence, “you might lose your place in the world, your actions would become small, your soul disengaged.”

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Nancy Mellon: Storytelling as a Healing Art

We are speaking with Nancy Mellon, an elder in the global storytelling renaissance, a psychotherapist and a former Waldorf teacher who now lives in California.

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On Finding the Time to Do What You Want to Do

Journalist and game creator Geoffrey Gray discusses the importance of storytelling, overcoming routine and fear, and reclaiming pockets of time in your everyday.

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20 Things Only Highly Creative People Would Understand

If you love a highly creative person, you probably experience moments when it seems like they live in a completely different world than you. Truth is, they do.

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A Velocity of Being: Illustrated Letters to Children about Why We Read by 121 of the Most Inspiring Humans in Our World

A labor of love 8 years in the making, featuring contributions by Jane Goodall, Yo-Yo Ma, Jacqueline Woodson, Ursula K.

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All Stories Are the Same

From Avatar to The Wizard of Oz, Aristotle to Shakespeare, there’s one clear form that dramatic storytelling has followed since its inception.

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