Millions of moments are captured in your memories, each one with the potential for a starring role in your life stories. But it's only when you add meaning to a memory that it can start to become a story.
As a memory is filtered through your personal experiences, cultural background, beliefs, knowledge base and view of life, the interpretation of that memory becomes completely unique to you.
Your memory + the meaning you impose on it = one of the many stories of your life.
And just as you are more than a one-dimensional person, your stories are multifaceted. Each story reflects a different facet of your personality, a different time of your life, a different perspective of yourself. Much like a TV or computer screen, the higher the resolution, the better the picture. The more pixels onscreen, the sharper the picture.
The more stories you share, a clearer picture of you begins to emerge. Your readers begin to see the depth, richness and color of your life.