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My family has long been the driving force behind what I do and what I’ve become. We have generations of story tellers that have helped my elders become who they are. As a child, the stories that were told to me were of no importance at the time however, as I got older those same stories began to have messages that were significant and helped me find the person I truly am. The meanings of my family’s stories may not be clear, but the intentions behind them are for the greater good. Although family may not always tell me what I would like to hear, it’s usually in my best interest and situations have the best results when I take the messages from my family’s stories into consideration.
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As a child I was not the best when it came to making decisions. Many of the decisions I made were destructive to me as well as others but I always had my family to correct my destructive behavior. After a fight at school I was on suspended from school and punished. Little did I know my great grandmother whom I felt usually talked of little importance would change my life with a story she told me that day.
My great grandmother Lenora Davis is the matriarch of my family and dealt with some issues I had as a child. As she began to grow she landed herself into situations that turned into stories that helped myself as well as other family members mature. My Grandmothers childhood hood was plagued with bad decisions that were only magnified because of her skin color and the fact that she was raised in the segregated south. One day at school my grandmother got into an altercation with a Caucasian student who threw her books down and told her to pick them up to amuse his fellow classmates. My grandmother retaliated by punching him in the face. Not only did he beat her up, she was expelled from school for the remainder of the school year.
This story made me view my great grandmother in a way that I could better relate to. It also made me evaluate my ten year old self and question whether or not the behavior I exhibited earlier that day at school was appropriate.
Do you think that story telling is still appropriate in today’s society, and if so what kind of stories do you think should be told?