Starting A Slow Story Movement

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July 10, 2012

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Starting A Slow Story Movement

There is more to life than increasing its speed.

– Mohandas K. Gandhi –

Starting A Slow Story Movement

“It is said that we become the stories that we tell among ourselves. This might have been true before we became salespersons. For a few decades now, I think we have become numb to the stories that we tell among ourselves. So stories have become shorter and crisper to the length of a tweet. We are so committed to telling a story to the point that finally what remains is a dimensionless point. There is no point in concentrating on a single point. The meaning of a point arises from meandering between the point and its natural circumference. It is within that arena, somewhere, my story becomes yours. ” This thought-provoking article explores the need in today’s world for a Slow Story Movement. { read more }

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Tell an old friend, family member, colleague or even a stranger a slow story today.

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