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A great deal of what we know about life comes from the way we store and organize our memories of lived experiences and how we make them into stories.

What we know about life can also be expressed in the complexities of our silences, which can express many meanings.

We may be silent because we don't trust others with our truths.

Our stoical silence may represent a survival strategy, not acquiescence. As an eye doctor shifts multiple lenses during an examination, asking the patient to pick out the lens that provides the sharpest perception. So, each one of us needs to find the correct lens through which we can see our own experience and its context and tell our own story.


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