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Rewriting our Stories

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From here, where we begin to openly critique and dismantle the dominant stories that we have not only lived, but that have come to live inside of us, we finally become free to envision a story that has personal meaning and integrity to us. During this tumultuous and pivotal time in our country's continuously evolving story, it may be more important now then ever that we ask ourselves the following questions, "is the story that I am currently living the story that I want to live? "Is this an honorable story?" Does my current story privilege community or competition, sustainability or excess, money or meaning, power or love?" "What are the essential themes of the American story that I no longer wish to participate in, and which themes do I want my story to embrace as an American?"

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