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There is much that can be said about the merit of stories, whether captured in memory, extracted from books, or by intelligently made movies. In the short story, one can get into wondrous descriptions of persons, places and things, or by the drama told within the plot, which is placed before us in order to add thought to our being. In my view, all of us have imagination and mental pockets to fill. This is done by what others tell us verbally, visually, or by the printed words of authors who have left their thoughts in their legacy to us or to be processed by the reader. All of us have a way of…mehr

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There is much that can be said about the merit of stories, whether captured in memory, extracted from books, or by intelligently made movies. In the short story, one can get into wondrous descriptions of persons, places and things, or by the drama told within the plot, which is placed before us in order to add thought to our being. In my view, all of us have imagination and mental pockets to fill. This is done by what others tell us verbally, visually, or by the printed words of authors who have left their thoughts in their legacy to us or to be processed by the reader. All of us have a way of creating our own cracker barrel to discuss and exchange what we think. That's what I can say may be here for you. Carlos V. Cornejo
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Carlos V. Cornejo is a native San Franciscan. He attended their public schools K-12 and then went on to receive his B.A. and two Masters Degrees from San Francisco State University. He served in the U.S. Marines in the Korean War. The G.I. Bill allowed him to become a secondary school teacher and ultimately he was elected Superintendent of San Francisco School District. His experience spans 40 years in a multitude of capabilities in education. He has travelled the world extensively, especially in Europe and Asia, Mexico and the United States. He is now retired and spends time listening, thinking, writing, and expanding his world view by talking with people and engaging in gardening. He loves life because he continues his writing and interacting with interesting people of all cultures. He is thankful that he is still attracted to learning and discovering new friends and acquaintances. His personal philosophy is that all of us want to be happy and should.