The World's Best Storytellers Go For Walk In Brooklyn's Prospect Park

The paradox of the stories we tell ourselves leads to all that is good and bad. During good moments, how we shape our narrative help us deal with the trauma we confront in life.
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NEW YORK - Jan. 1, 2019 - PRLog -- The world's best storytellers and the Brooklyn juice man (Jose Franco) were walking around Prospect Park this morning. Each explained to Jose why their religion, political party, beliefs and cultures were desirable. Each one highlighted what they perceived as their strengths while Jose questioned inconsistencies in their stories. By the time the last story teller completed his tale, they all were shouting over each other, not addressing Jose's questions or listening to what the other had to say. Unbeknownst to the them, a group of college students was walking behind them, listening in. Once the sage bunch walking with the Juice man noticed, they aimed their shouting in the direction of the 18 to 26 year olds. Eventually, they repeated their stories then went their separate way.

Two minutes later, Jose giggled when he noticed how the students reacted to a pack of aggressive dogs, off their leashes, running towards them. "Relax and stand still, the group we were just with scared me more than these dogs and can cause a lot more harm" proclaimed Jose. The storytellers were humans, the most destructive animals on earth. A dog's bite isn't desirable but humans can do a lot more harm and impact billions of people. Dogs are social animals and are flexible in how they cooperate with each other. Since dogs have to meet each other, trust each other and get to know each other to form a pack, they're limited to small groups relative to humans ability to cooperate with one another. A dog pack of 100 dogs is possible, but can dogs fill and sit still on every seat in Yankee Stadium by themselves? No, it's impossible for 50,000 dogs to know and trust each other. Hence, humans control earth because we are the only animals that manage to cooperate flexibly in large numbers (billions). Humans are the only animals with an imagination and the ability to create and share stories in an efficiently scalable manner. This is why the story tellers directed their shouting towards the students once they realized they were being watched.
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