How would you react if you were a young boy who had lost friends when he and his family were transferred to another town to work and live? Or did you ever have people in your life who seemed to think they could do things better than everyone else?
Maybe you’ve wondered what would happen if you could go back in time to rectify a mistake you think you’ve made. Or perhaps you’ve thought about why life keeps putting roadblocks in your way to being rewarded for what you know you have done.
For some of us, it seems that finding the right soul mate will never happen; for others, solving problems in life situations is a calling.
Human behavior and its consequence is a dynamic that we all experience in our individual ways.
If you’ve ever heard it said that we are what we experience, then Not All So Tall Tales will provide you with some food for thought.
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Published July 9, 2007
Literature & Fiction.