Story’s – Heart to Heart

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Story – The place where life is as it is; Change Happens – A new normal unfolds.

Body’s hearts command, oxygenate, circulate, and pulsate life. They beat the beat and pump the blood. They fall madly in love and tragically out of love. Without them we are nothing more than abandoned houses and decomposing transportation.

Jumping into the heart of hearts, Valentines Day pumps up the beat of sizzling romance and dazzling escapades. Then behind piles of discarded cards, ill-fated floral arrangements, chewed-up chocolates and  intimate entanglements.

Hearts ignite love at first sight and love at first story. Now immersed in a cardiovascular sea of pulsing emotion and circulating oxygenation a new story beings. Beating uncontrollably, it springs to life. Story talks. People listen.

Through the wisdom of the ancients, Chinese Medicine sites the lips and the hands as heart’s external components. By extending a hand or a embarrassing a kiss, we say; from my heart to yours.

Story’s vivid realism and outrageous adventures are often as wildly zany and catastrophically unpredictable as any of us truly are. When grabbing a story, select one which excites your toenails, sparks your eyeballs and  ignites your brain cells. The more you love it, the more you become involved with it. The more you become involved with it, the more vivid and real it becomes.

If you love a story; tell it. If you like a story; let someone else tell it. Your words, through the vivid realism of story’s vibrant imagery, tells the tale of you and your story’s engaging courtship.

“People pay you to practice and to haul your equipment around, but at the moment you step out on stage, (pausing, his face lights up) this is your gift to the audience. I get paid to practice and haul equipment, but the performance I do for free.” Steve Seqavac, Midwest Musician

So, join us in extending a hand, embracing a kiss and/or sharing a story. A gift from our hearts to yours.

Until next time . . . Let Your Storyographer’s Journey Continue!

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