Let me explain. As usual, on my Liane’s Morning Talks in the Mirror, I’ll start with a story. Hearing and reading stories was my childhood. I grew up in a part of the world where, every Saturday, everyone would gather around the oldest tree in the village and… you guessed it: share stories. One year, … Continue reading In a world of privilege, be a subtitle.
When I was a kid, there was a haunted house in my grandma’s village. One of those houses where we, as adventurous kids, would challenge each other to go in and take a peek. No one ever made it past the front door, which was always open. At least, that’s how I remember it. My … Continue reading witches are good, a cultural diversity day story from a 12 year old, and how I got my intentional listening skills