Your Life Story BookHer life story book
It' a journal for a life full of memory.
It is a 100-year-old journal in which you can keep a journal of the happenings of your life. So you can recall the unforgettable memories - the memories of the ones you love, the ones you make, the places you visit. Capture your accomplishments, make notes of your favorite movies/books/music/people, chart your aspirations, make a Things To Do Before I der Liste.
Contains a worldmap and a worldmap of your corpore. When you are too young to fill it in now, someone else can begin; your first footsteps, your first words, your first class time. That'?s the story of your life.
Discovery of the "new autobiography" and writing memoirs as literature by Tristine Rainer
I searched the neighborhood archive last weekend for resources through Memoir. Not much more than the fistful I had already unearthed, but later that evening, when I restocked my own book in our new offices, I stumbled across "Your Life As Story". I searched the neighborhood archive last weekend for resources through Memoir.
Not much more than the fistful I had already unearthed, but later that evening, when I restocked my own book in our new offices, I stumbled across "Your Life As Story". It is one of the volumes I purchased a decade ago when I researched my dissertation on Therapeutical Writing, and the spinal column is as well known to me as any other on my bookshelf, but I haven't broken it since September 2002.
And I took the book, leafed through it and guffawed. Had I found it in the libary, I would have said it was "exactly what I was looking for" and clamped it to my breast while I was walking to the cash register. Entire passages about structures and crafts were of little interest to me at that point, as I concentrated on the therapeutical aspects of the letter, but are now unbelievably of use.
Subjects about the essential elements, the voice and the anatomy of a scene give a clear and sound orientation. Leafing through your life as a story, I come across some of the highlights I cited in my diploma thesis: Rereading these passage will bring a little of this fire back into my stomach, because I completely accept and regard myself as live evidence of the therapeutical value of letter.
But it is even better to turn these crude feelings into a story whose messages are one of hopes. While I still vow on Therapeutical Exercise, I am aware of the fact that there is a gap between mere written therapy and life as a story. Tristine Rainer does all this in this book.