Is The Way We Remember More Real Than What Really Happened?

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History is the art of telling true stories about the human past. The stories historians tell have creative power. They inspire, communicate values and virtues, and have the power to debride a festering wound and promote cultural healing or infect society with nasty micromemes that weaken and destroy. Ultimately, historical storytelling creates the only understanding of the past we can…

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Dennis Williams

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Experiencing life as whole, complete, and lacking nothing. Helping the universe understand itself by being aware of what’s going on in, around, and through me.

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