During childhood, it is the bedtime stories that make every little monster fall asleep. Remember once you were that little monster?! Stories were proven to develop, trigger and enrich imagination as well as creativity. Unfortunately, as we get older, we form new habits in order to be a part of the society we live in. Becoming a grown-up matters so much to us that we can easily abandon our dream world. One should never leave fairy tales behind, one should never underestimate the power of stories. You would be surprised to know how closely fairy tales affect us. Well, firstly we learn from all kinds of stories. We gain the ability to empathize through fictional characters. All fictional characters from different backgrounds are portrayed and described with distinguishing features. Where else could we get the chance to wander around as a magician or a mermaid? Secondly, while reading or listening to a story, we design a world which is unique to us, no one can enter but us. Knowing that we are limitless in that very world of ours, we feel encouraged and independent. Stirred by creativity, our thoughts lead us to an insane realm where anything is possible. Lastly, witnessing too many incidents, our problem-solving skills improve that’s how we become influential communicators.
All in all, stories make life wealthier.
“Not only are we in the universe, the universe is in us” Neil deGrasse Tyson
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