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For millennia stories have transmitted human experience. Storytelling simplifies complexity and helps us make sense of the world. Stories help us empathize with others. They make us feel a part of something larger than ourselves. Stories trigger emotional responses that can powerfully drive memory and motivation. Neuro-imaging shows that both hearing a story and experiencing something in real life activates the same region of the brain; the brain does not distinguish between the two.

Stuart Levine

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