July 20, 2019 in Storytelling - No Comments
Photo by Karina Carvalho on Unsplash

Who doesn’t love a good story? Whether it’s: a ghost story spooking everybody out around a campfire; a mom telling about something sweet or salty her child did; a girlfriend’s dramatic recreation of a bad date, or a plaque noticed for the first time on a usual path reminding passersby of a longforgotten monumental event that went down on that very spot hundreds of years ago.

Different cultures have their own way of telling a story–from African mythology to Irish folklore, often with the same moral or right of passage message, just told in a voice specific to its audience. Sometimes, we love the book, but hate the movie (or vice versa), because we want a certain story to be done “justice,” or feel the casting wasn’t right for how we pictured the characters in our imaginations.

Other times, we pick up a particular candle in a store because its scent and name transports us back to a happy or special place and subsequently, a boatload of memories. If the seller is very good, they can even get us to buy a candle online (and without smelling it!) just by the descriptive text they use to describe the candle or even by describing the company and its mission; catch my drift?

In this section of The Modern Bee, we’ll draw inspiration, comfort and knowledge from stories of all kinds. Whether it’s a fascinating story about a woman making change in her community or even a little tip of a story about some ridiculously good pecan butter you should try, this is a place where we share. Although speaking of ridiculously good pecan butter, we can’t guarantee you’d want to share that…SO. GOOD.



All posts

No Comments

Leave a Reply

Any contents of this project are the sole property of The Modern Bee® and cannot be reproduced in any way, shape or form, particularly for the purpose of engaging in sale and generation of profit from said reproduction without the express consent of the creator.

Let’s Talk

Popular topics

Popular Links

Latest Posts

%d bloggers like this: