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What Storytelling Themes Do You Find Most Intriguing?

Greetings! Mitch Ditkoff here, creator and facilitator of Wisdom Circles – a series of small group gatherings in which open-minded people get a chance to share their meaningful, personal stories with each other. What I’m curious about, these days, is what kinds of themes storytellers and story-listeners find most compelling. Towards that end, I am inviting you to rate your interest in the following topics on a scale of 1-5 (with “5” being the highest possible rating.) Three minutes is all it will take. Thank you!

5 = Extremely Interesting
4 = Very Interesting
3 = Interesting
2 = Not very interesting
1 = Extremely uninteresting

1. Courage
2. Forgiveness
3. Synchroncity
4. The appearance of unexpected help
5. Letting go
6. Recovery/resilience
7. Breakthrough
8. Taking a risk
9. A paranormal experience
10. Almost dying
11. Healing
12. An unforgettable moment with a teacher or mentor
13. Perseverance
14. A rite of passage
15. Patience
16. What you’ve learned from “failure”
17. Making a big change
18. Going beyond an old belief or assumption
19. A cosmic experience
20. Your most embarrassing moment
21. Trust/faith
22. An extraordinary encounter with a stranger
23. Gratitude
24. Finding your inner strength
25. Going beyond the call of duty
26. Adaptability
27. The power of intuition
28. Overcoming a difficult obstacle
29. A life-changing dream
30. Asking for help
31. Accomplishing the seeming impossible
32. Overcoming fear
33. Finding your path
34. Losing everything
35. The most remarkable moment of your life
36. Inner transformation
37. Your most creative accomplishment

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