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Our narratives are the seeds that ultimately blossom into action and define our culture and society. Are we being responsible storytellers? How do we cultivate stories that unite more than diivide? This week’s features inspire us to examine and challenge some of our own narratives. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: Our narratives are the seeds that ultimately blossom into action and define our culture and society. Are we being responsible storytellers? How do we cultivate stories that unite more than diivide? This week’s features inspire us to examine and challenge some of our own narratives. –Guri
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Kindness In the News
Two elderly laundromat owners became Taiwan’s latest viral sensation by humorously posing for photos wearing clothes left behind by their customers. How does this challenge the “elderly” narrative?
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Kindness is Contagious.
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Would you tell children that the world is a scary place or a friendly place? This story makes us very hopeful. On this adventurous journey in Stockholm, four friends come together to help Mustafa.
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Shifting the Story
Hugs In this TEDx talk, Lisa Russell, an Emmy-winning filmmaker, entrepreneur, and StoryShifter speaks about being a responsible storyteller, and what it means to change the narrative.
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In other news …
Forty years after Thomas Berry’s “The New Story,” new generations are seizing on the power of narrative. This article in DailyGood talks about, changing our worldview to change the world.
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