Life is about living and sharing moments, learning from them, and then passing them on. It's in these moments that we find meaning. And it's how we leave a legacy behind for those who come after us. But what if you don't know what to say? How do you share your story about a moment of truth? Well, take comfort knowing there are people like us out there just waiting to start to tell stories!
This article is about how to tell stories and share a moment of truth using the Legacy Storytelling method. Whether you’re looking for help with how to write your family history, or how to take your family’s legacy memories and build a story that will carry them through the generations, this article has some great prompts and ideas.
How to Start Telling A Moment of Truth
Legacy storytelling is a way to share your story and the stories of those who made it possible for you to be here. It's about capturing what’s worth remembering and preserving it in a meaningful way. As we navigate life, there are moments that stand out as significant turning points in our journey- these are often difficult times but can also be some of the most rewarding experiences.
We all have a unique perspective on the events that shape us, and legacy storytelling is an opportunity to reflect on these memories with family members or friends while they're still around to hear them.
Every moment of our lives is a shared one. Every stage, every milestone, and every struggle that we go through shapes who we are as individuals and in turn how others see us.
In this blog post, you will find some prompts to share your own story about a time when you had an “aha” or ” a moment of truth.”
You can use these prompts to write about the time you realized that it was okay for yourself to be unique, when someone said something so hurtful that you felt like they were speaking directly into your soul, or any other moment where life has changed because of what happened.
You might not think now is the right time to reflect on this experience, but I promise it will help with healing and understanding just how far you’ve come. You'll be surprised how much more vivid memories become when you're writing them down on paper, especially if they include some of these details:
- What happened?
- How did it make you feel?
Week 29 of 52 Weeks of Storytelling- A Moment of Truth
You have a story that needs to be told. If you are looking for people who can help and facilitate, check out the 52 Weeks of Storytelling Series! Legacy storytelling is not just about talking: it's an opportunity to share your family history with future generations in ways they will value forever.
In the course of a lifetime, we all have moments where our life changes. These pivotal points in time are often called ‘Moments of Truth'. We believe that everyone's story deserves to be told and if you're looking for help telling your loved one's story, 5 Minute Storytelling is here to help! This week, learn how to start telling an unforgettable moment of truth with Legacy Storytelling.