We are remarkable in many ways.

We are all remarkable narrators. From the very moment we start making sense of our surroundings a narrative is born. Our experiences take shape in the form of the observations we make, the environments we are in, the encounters and events we participate and the influences we absorve, let them be directly or indirectly, they make up for a grand narrative.

When you have fairy tale eyes, the world is full of wonder.

— Viktor Blüthgen

In a way, what are we without a story? We all have one and we all are surrounded by infinite ones.

Storytelling is thus a constant and a present act of communication and the sharing of thoughts, ideas, experiences, knowledge and so forth, independent of how crazy or far-fetched they might be. Storytelling is simply the magical ticket to a world of endless possibilities.

Every moment has a special message.

— Hazrat Inayat Khan

The beauty of storytelling.

Little ones embrace storytelling naturally and it is mostly their favorite form of communication. Their narratives are driven by the enriching world of endless possibilities. They easily and unassumingly connect and blend the dots of both worlds simultaneously, embellishing the ones based on their personal and direct experiences with the ones based on a magical world of their own.

The beauty of storytelling by little ones is that it knows no boundaries, there is always a touch of fascination and it is accompanied by genuine emotional attachment. Furthermore, there is always a message to it, we simply have to reminiscence of those days where once upon a time, magic was everywhere and everything made sense regardless.

There are absolutely no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds and this is real.

— Gilbert K. Chesterton