The greatest American stories are the ones that are told, the ones we want to tell.
They’re the ones who inspire us, the stories that make us laugh, cry, and feel something.
Those stories have always been about us.
But for many of us, they’re not stories we want anymore.
We’re in the middle of an epidemic, and we need to start listening to the people we’re supposed to be sharing our stories with.
In 2017, the story of 350 legends became a big deal.
At the time, it was the first year that the 500-year-old tradition had ever been put on the map.
It was a moment that gave the people of this country something to talk about and celebrate.
But the year also marked the beginning of a decline in American storytelling, as we began to lose our way.
There were so many stories we were losing our way into.
There was no sense of urgency about telling the stories we needed to tell, or being inspired by them.
The American dream was crumbling, and stories were becoming less about the human story and more about the stories of other people.
There wasn’t even any sense of hope anymore, as the United States lost its moral authority to tell stories, or the notion of storytelling at all.
It seemed like a perfect storm.
What are some of the reasons we’ve lost our way?
The most obvious reason is that we’ve become too focused on the news cycle and too concerned with how much we know about what’s happening around us.
When we were young, there was a sense that we could tell the world the stories the American people wanted to hear.
When that idea was taken away, our stories took on a new meaning, and now we’re just living in a bubble of our own.
We’ve lost the ability to truly connect with other people, and that’s made us a lot more insecure.
The news cycle is dominated by stories about big, scary, scary stories.
But the world is filled with smaller stories that we don’t always have to pay attention to, like the stories from people we care about in our lives.
We don’t have to worry about the people around us, because they don’t need to care.
Stories are the stories about the world.
The stories of our lives are what makes us who we are.
So when we lose our sense of connection to those stories, we lose the opportunity to make a difference.
And that means the loss of that sense of community.
In order to find meaning and purpose in the stories our families tell, we need stories about other people who matter to us, our friends and neighbors, our co-workers, our children.
The more stories we have in our head about people who make us who and who make them who, the more important the stories become.
Stories about people we love, like our own family, are important, but so is stories about people in our own lives, like people we can relate to.
When you tell a story about another person, you need to be able to explain to your readers why you’re telling the story.
This isn’t an easy task, because we’re so used to hearing a story because we’ve heard it before.
But that doesn’t mean we can’t get it right.
The important thing is that you can’t just give away the meaning.
It’s important to know what the story is about, and you need a good sense of the world around you.
So the story has to have a purpose, and the purpose has to be something positive, like someone who’s changed the world for the better.
That’s why stories about heroes and heroesines are such a huge part of our cultural fabric.
The story has a purpose in order to get us to care about others and to want to help people, even if it means we have to fight for our right to tell it.
There are two types of stories we tell.
There’s the everyday, everyday stories.
They can be about everyday people, like you and me, and they can be more personal, like a story that involves a family member or someone you love.
Stories that involve people you care about, like stories that involve someone you want to be with, are very important, too.
So what does a story have to have in order for it to be a story?
There are two main things to remember: First, the person telling the tale has to feel like the hero in the story, or at least the hero who matters.
Second, the hero has to take the fall when things go wrong.
When the hero doesn’t get the fall, it’s time for the audience to get the blame.
There are a lot of stories about characters who just don’t get their fair share of the blame, and it’s one of the things that makes them so compelling.
We know that when we get the truth, there’s no way they can keep on fighting. That