Story Time Tales
A Collection of Inspirational Stories

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All stories teach us something,
and promise us something,
whether they're true or invented,
legend or fact.
Stewart O'Nan

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You Arx A Kxy Pxrson

Xvxn though my typxwritxr is an old modxl, it works vxry wxll - xxcxpt for onx kxy. You would think that with all thx othxr kxys functioning propxrly, onx kxy not working would hardly bx noticxd; but just onx kxy out of whack sxxms to ruin thx wholx xffort.

You may say to yoursxlf, 'Wxll, I'm only onx pxrson. No onx will noticx if I don't do my bxst.' But it doxs makx a diffxrxncx, bxcausx an xffxctivx organization nxxds activx participation by xvxry onx to thx bxst of his or hxr ability.

So, thx nxxt timx you think you arx not important, rxmxmbxr my old typxwritxr. You arx a kxy pxrson.



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REFLECTION

This story has been in circulation for so long that it is becoming "out of date" with the widespread use of word processors, computers, email, and the Internet. It dates back to the era of typewriters that used physical "keys" for each letter of the alphabet that struck the paper through an inked ribbon to create the image of each letter on the paper to make up a "typewritten" document. But the point of its message is still true today.

Story Number 17
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Story Time Tales