LenoraBoyle on November 23rd, 2009
Their purpose is for all of us to create a more caring nation, just through the simple act of listening.
If you don’t have time on November 27, make another date and talk to that special someone to record his or her story.
Have you ever noticed that many people find it hard to listen? They are waiting to take their turn to talk, or some can’t wait, so they jump right in to tell you what’s on their minds. Or better yet, they share how their problems are worse than yours. But this Friday, we all get a chance to listen and record a conversation.
StoryCorps invites you to participate in this year’s National Day of Listening
, on Friday, November 27, 2009
. On this day, StoryCorps encourages all Americans to set aside one hour to record a conversation with a grandparent, an aunt, a neighbor, a veteran, or a client at a local soup kitchen and ask the big questions, such as,