Storylines: linking generations through story
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There was never yet an uninteresting life.  Such a thing is an impossibility.  Inside of the dullest exterior, there is a drama, a comedy, a tragedy. Mark Twain
why tell your story

Many people say, "But my life is nothing special..."

Nonsense! Mark Twain was right - there is no such thing as an uninteresting life. "Ordinary" lives are filled with intrigue, romance, and drama. Stop and think - we've all experienced our share of life's wonders and challenges. These dramatic times, together with the accumulated power of the "everyday" moments of our lives, are what truly define each of us.

We all have the need to be truly known and remembered, not just as a name on a stone, but as the person we really are, with our laughter and tears, happiness and disappointment, mistakes, wisdom, and the beliefs that we have come to hold so dear. As you tell your stories, the joys and sorrows of your life emerge and you, the storyteller, emerge with them. You become a living presence in the lives of future generations - your children, their children, and their grandchildren. Your life story is their heritage, helping each to answer the all-important questions "Who am I?" "Where did I come from?" Share who you are with your family. You can give no greater gift.

Many people find that the process of creating a personal history becomes a journey of self-discovery that helps validate their lives in a new way. This is truly one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family. Don't wait. No one can tell your story but you.

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