Even a stone can be a teacher: learning and growing from the experiences of everyday life
A psychologist draws upon parables, myths, and stories to illustrate the inspirational message that the experiences of everyday life, if viewed from the proper perspective, can be a source of personal growth and wisdom
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Whats Your Story?
PART TWO Tales of Wonder
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