July = Story
In a digital age, it seems that more people are sharing stories than ever previously. However, our times around the hearth or the campfire are limited, and also limited are those stories told around the kitchen table. Our ability to attend to story may be limited as well, not because our attention span is necessarily shorter, but because there are more and more stories attempting simultaneously to capture our attention. To whom do we choose to listen? What are they saying? To whom do we tell our stories? How do we value story? What differences do these stories or the lack of them have on our understanding of community and culture?