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“We step into the future with less connection to ancestral guidance than any human generation before us. Although we have invented amazing technologies for saving data, we are at risk of forgetting our personal, family and cultural stories. We broadcast our voices over vast distances, but talk less to our neighbours. Haunting these changes are the spectres of continuing violence, planetary degradation and, above all, the danger that we’ll come to believe the implacable message of the powerful: that resistance is futile. The old stories teach us that resistance is never futile.”

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WHO: Dan Yashinsky, American-born storyteller and writer, “Suddenly They Heard Footsteps,” 2004
FROM: Wordspy

posted at 1:11 pm
on May. 1, 2004

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