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What story or stories are you telling yourself right this moment about yourself, your past, your future? What kind of tales are you spinning about others? What myths do you hold about the world and the current state-of-affairs?
Today, Lee Ann looks at story and shares how she switches the script in order to tell better stories about herself and those around her.
From the Episode:
Two Birds (Lee Ann Hopkins)
There are two theologies that arise–
Two birds taking flight
from the clay below.
One rises in song,
One with broken wing.
The poor one pecking its fallen self
as the songbird hears only
the call of God’s whisper:
“Oh you are good–
You, oh lovely creature!”
Divinity offered mirrored
words to the limp:
“Darling, you are holy;
fly my sweet, my innocent!”
To which he finds a worm in the apple.
Then the showers come
and the showers go.
Will they reek destruction or
will there be flowers and a rainbow?
That, my friend, all depends on where your bird’s story begins.
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