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Sketchnotes for "The Great Cauldron of Story" with Maria Tatar+Enlarge image

Fairy tales take us back to the fireside, says Maria Tatar. These stories serve as a platform for facing our demons in a safe place and developing a moral compass, both individually and collectively. These are a few of the highlights captured in this week's sketchnotes on "The Great Cauldron of Story."

Doug Neill captures moments of insight that we hope will lure you into listen and read. Print them out. Hang it on your door or in your office. Share with others. Listen and talk about what you see and what you heard. Comment here and tell us what take-away phrases and ideas you might have added to the graphic record. And, please, continue to share your feedback about this medium and if you find it a gateway to the podcast.

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