What’s YOUR Story? – A Challenge of Expression

Sometimes the most powerful stories can be told in only one sentence – a few simple words that can move the hearts, jiggle the bellies, or reshape the minds of their readers.  So…what’s your story?

This is an experiment in creativity, and in brevity.

Most of the best stories that we tell from our lives have one really, really good part that make the rest of the boring story worth it.

This is about that one line.

This is about telling the most interesting or poignant story possible in the fewest number of words.

This is about small bite-sized pieces of extraordinary lives and ordinary lives alike… the happy, the sad, the funny, the depressing.

Tell your story.

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(from One Sentence)

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  • Shima

    My story is about the day i have been told that I am gifted! 
    Is about 27 years living with doubt, fear and pain however I still don’t know if  i am gifted or fake, whether I learn quickly or I think I learn quickly… 

    I am  a beginner of life 

    • http://giftedforlife.com giftedforlife

      Shima, you’re on an adventure of self-discovery which is exciting in and of itself.  Continue on your path with your eyes and your mind open to all of the possibilities and you may find a few unexpected treasures. 🙂

  • Laguerfel

    A dream unfolding: In colors, fluidity & movement

    • http://giftedforlife.com Sonia Dabboussi

      Love it!

  • Z

    Then questions arise, and I start looking for answers.

  • creatives

    I must create. I am driven to create. Even when life is full of stress creating something unique and not like anything I have found satifisfies my heart.

  • A

    A story of a whole world trapped inside my head, screaming for expression while sometimes sabotaging the self through perfectionism and self-reproach.

  • Bek

    “And I gave my heart to know wisdom, and to know madness and folly; I perceived that this also is but a chasing after wind. For in much wisdom is much grief, and he who increases knowledge increases sorrow.” Ecc. 1:17-18