The Power in Our Stories

Have you ever realized how powerful your story is?

We craft them and then they shape us, each imprinting upon the other until it unclear where we end and our stories begin.

We use our stories to inform others of our core selves and beliefs.

We use our stories as parables, passing along wisdom and advice.

We use our stories to inspire others, transmitting hope and motivation.

We use our stories to find clarity and purpose in life’s events.

But we also use our stories to guide ourselves into becoming what we desire.

Our stories are powerful alone and even more powerful together.


I’m excited about this selection of upcoming guest bloggers. It is a diverse group – men, women, parents, childless, fresh from divorce and further along the path. I hope you enjoy them but, even more, I hope their stories help you grow and enrich your own.

I would like to extend my utmost gratitude to those that shared their posts and also to those who read them. Life – and blogging – is better with friends!

Take care of each other and I’ll “see” you soon.






Thank you for sharing!

One thought on “The Power in Our Stories

  1. momfawn – Visalia, CA – I am a sixty-something baby-boomer -- daughter, mother, wife (twice), grandmother, aunt, Independent Consultant with Close To My Heart -- retired and celebrating a life thoroughly lived.
    momfawn says:

    I, too, am looking forward to your guest writers. I had every good intention, but missed your deadline. Perhaps next time. Safe travels, Lisa. – Fawn

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