Note to reader: I am using this space and place to post parts of a new slip-fiction novel series I am working on, Left Brain Right, the story of a young girl who hears voices. I will not be posting the whole story, but I will be posting practical tips when dealing with someone, or one’s own self, as they are going through traumatic, or not so traumatic, experiences.
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How today’s story excerpt can help you:
Theme: No two people see the world in the same way. Many times this can be a problem and lead to confusion and conflict. But it doesn’t have to be. It can also be a beautiful gift. Oh how beautiful is it to see the world again anew through someone else’s eyes?
Story Excerpt: (left side)
August 23rd: Zach’s Thoughts
In art, our teacher lets us sit wherever we want. It’s kind a weird. I’ve noticed that people naturally segregate themselves. The people would like to talk and brag about themselves fill up two large wooden tables to the left of the room. While the quite people, the ones who just like to focus on their art, are scattered so that they don’t have to talk to anyone throughout the two tables on the right. In all fairness, our art teacher is pretty good about touching base with everyone. It’s the quite people, though, who tend to notice every little detail going on in the room. We’re watchers and listeners.