Each of us writes our life’s narrative. Have you ever wondered why certain people have shown up in it? — those who lifted you up, those who darkened your days or those who left you wondering? By Linda Bruce
Who Are These People? By Bob MacArthur
The closing of a year provides a timely opportunity to ask ourselves, “who were/are these people to me?”
Our stories have many purposes. They relay information and interpret events. They entertain. They also define us as individuals and communities.
Have you noticed that many of the most memorable stories are populated by distinctive characters? Often, they seem larger than life, exaggerated versions of our fears and foibles, our hopes and dreams. In most stories, and certainly in our own lives, the characters we meet often play a special role.