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Stories are wonderful, they take you on adventures without having to go anywhere. They teach you valuable life lessons that may otherwise be hard to find. They help you relate to others who have been through similar experiences. They help us find creative solutions to our problems, answer difficult life questions, and give us hope.

The village’s legendary sennachie

Sat upon the hillside one afternoon

Telling tales of the Greek Gods

Villagers came from far and wide

For his storytelling was quite famous

They’d sit for hours listening ardently

In the morning sunlight his eyes twinkled

Appearing as magic to those who listened

As he spoke about the nine daughters of Zeus

The tale he told was wrought with inspiration

For these women were the muses of the world

Gifted with powers of poetry, music, and dance

Sometimes fueling the tragic stories of man

Or stories that lightened the world with laughter

For those who listened to the tales he told  

Their world was filled with a sense of hope

Storytelling is powerful, whether it’s reading or listening to someone else’s personal story that you connect with on a deep and personal level or telling your own story. Many of us are afraid to share our own story out of fear of judgment. Putting ourselves out there exposed and vulnerable before the world is definitely intimidating and yet at the same time very liberating. It helps you be honest with not only the world but also with yourself. It holds you accountable and helps you find and speak your own truth.

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I’m currently reading Amber Rae’s “Choose Wonder Over Worry.” I connect so well with her internal struggles and fears that she speaks about in working up the courage to write her book and speak her truth. Before starting this blog, I of course, expressed myself privately in my journal, in my artwork, through my writing, and with a few close family members and friends. However, opening up and being vulnerable and honest and sharing my art and writing so publicly was something that I found that I wanted to do, but it took me a long time to build up the courage.

Looking back at how much I’ve grown over even the last 6 months to a year is quite amazing and I’ve really become more and more confident in my own voice and less afraid of what others are going to think. I’ve learned that many times others are also facing similar struggles and can relate.

By having the power to share our own stories and experiences we are helping others in connecting with their own voice and find the strength to share their story. So if you haven’t yet found the courage to share your story, know you’re not alone and that there are many others that have been there before.

The Power of Storytelling

Monday Marvels: The Power of Storytelling


Hello, my rays of sunshine! I’m Jenna Gee, aka the Sunshine Artist, always seeking to brighten the world around me and seeking to help others embrace the magic that’s inside them. Every day is an empty canvas waiting to be painted and an empty page waiting to be written. Let’s fill today with the magic of the world around us!

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29 thoughts on “Monday Marvels: The Power of Storytelling

    1. Thank you so much Gina for your wonderful thoughts, they mean a lot to me. ❤️ Hope I feel is an element that we always need more of in the world. 🤗❤️

  1. To bare our heart is not easy. But once we decide to follow our passion, it is not only natural but also becomes easier. Wonderfully stated Jenna. Your lovely soul shines through. 😊💖

    1. You’re completely right Punam, once we make the choice to open up, it definitely becomes easier and more natural.❤️😊 Thank you so much for adding your insight and for your words of encouragement.🤗💕

    1. Thank you so much Tom, I truly appreciate your positive words and the nomination. 😊 Of course I would be delighted to participate. ❤️

      1. Love how uplifting your posts are and how your passion for bringing joy to people really shines through. Looking forward to it! Excited to get to know you better! 🙂

      2. Your words speak straight to the core of my heart and bring a smile to my face. I’m truly honored and filled with gratitude as bringing joy to others is definitely my passion so I’m grateful that it shines through. I look forward to getting to know you better as well.😊 ❤️

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