Thank you Mike Tuggle for posting this outstanding quotation on the importance of stories.
“Stories are among the most intimate and personal things we have. Stories touch the imagination and are deeply implanted in one’s psyche and consciousness. Without stories there can be no culture. Without stories there can be no imagination. Without an imagination there is no vitality to human existence. Without that vitality humans are mere robots to be programmed, pacified, and subjugated into parasitic consumers.”
That’s a serious quote, Jennie. And so true.
Best wishes, Pete.
It packs a punch. Best to you, Pete.
what a wonderful quote and thank you so much for sharing it, Jennie
I’m glad you liked it, Beth. The power of stories, right?
Without memories, there are no stories.
I couldn’t agree more!!
A great quote, Jennie!
“Parasitic consumers” seems to sum up so much of the contemporary audience for trash.
Yes, it does.
I was also struck by the words “parasitic consumers.” That doesn’t speak well of the human race.
No, it does not.
And just who makes those stories who has the power to make a beautiful store that can give to others the reminder that we can YOU and I we are the authors the writers we.
Yes, and the listener.
Thats really packs a punch, Jennie! Thank you, and enjoy a wonderful weekend. I am sure you will get a lot of sun, if we got it here too. 😉 Michael
Thank you, Michael. We have sun, but it is still cold. Happy weekend to you. 🙂
Thank you, Jennie! Even when it’s cold, the sun brightens the mind! :-))
It really does!