POTS – Part Of The Story

One of the most powerful forms of communication is in the telling of stories. Sometimes it is very easy to become attached to the story that we can’t realize that there is only one story. Collectively we are the human race and within our race we have collectively experienced all that can be experienced. Of course we want to be unique and different and appreciated for our diversity. The fact of the matter however, is that if you listen with your heart to as many of the stories as possible, you will find yourself. Our interest and simultaneously the challenge, is to share those experiences (stories) and help others understand the full story and the mind that drives them.

This page is dedicated to those stories. Let us know when you are ready to speak your addition or a story that is asking to be shared.

Click on the Titles Below to Listen to the Story

Gregory Woods -“The Precious Stone and Response-Ability”

POTS Episode 1.  As a Woman & a Mother: Featuring Tonya

POTS Episode 2.  A Father & an Elder: Featuring Dawn Wolf

POTS Episode 3-A.  Significance of Education: Featuring Lafayette Frederick – Part 1

POTS Episode 3-B.  Significance of Education: Featuring Lafayette Frederick – Part 2

POTS Episode 4-A. What I Learned Through My Stroke: Featuring Portia – Part 1

POTS Episode 4-B. What I Learned Through My Stroke: Featuring Portia – Part 2

More POTS to follow. Stay tuned…

storycorpsI was just introduced to Story Corps this week…Awesome! Please visit The Story Corps for a collection of tremendous stories. StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit whose mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives. Since 2003, StoryCorps has collected and archived more than 45,000 interviews with nearly 90,000 participants. Each conversation is recorded on a free CD to share, and is preserved at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. StoryCorps is one of the largest oral history projects of its kind, and millions listen to our weekly broadcasts on NPR’s Morning Edition and on our Listen pages.