Why do we love these stories?

Why do people love stories?

It’s a question that’s been asked by many writers over the past few years.

Why does it feel like the world is full of stories, rather than just a collection of stories?

The answer is that people enjoy stories more, and stories have a much bigger impact on the world, writes Andrew Harrer.

Harrer is the author of “The Unfinished Game: Why Our Stories Fail,” which will be published in the Fall.

“It’s a matter of being exposed to a lot of new stories and being able to see how many of them you can relate to and how important they are to your own life,” he says.

“You’ll be much more likely to want to share those stories, and that’s good for your life.

Stories also get us to think about other things in our lives, and so that can be a good thing.”

A few years ago, Harrer co-authored a book on storytelling called “The World We Tell,” with Mark Bittman, who has been teaching writers to tell stories for years.

Bittmon also co-wrote a book with Harrer called “Why I’m Writing.”

It was an exciting time for Harrer, who had just published “Why We Love Stories,” a TED talk in 2013.

“I think that’s when the book came out and it was a great, great success, and I thought it was really, really important that I had an impact in the field,” he recalls.

“When I did that TED talk, I had a couple of conversations with the guys who were doing the research for that book.

They’re great, they’re both great writers, and they’re very generous with their time and their feedback.

So I thought I could contribute to that book, and it seemed to be a great fit.”

Harrer has a few theories on why stories can have such a profound impact on our lives.

“I think stories help us to understand ourselves better,” he explains.

“For example, I think stories are very, very useful to us because they help us feel more human, more connected, more alive, and more authentic.

You can see that in a lot the things that we do, from yoga to reading to eating.

Stories help us see what is real, what is meaningful.

And so I think that is very important.”

There are a few other reasons why stories are important.

“There’s this sense that stories are about us, and our lives are the stories we tell,” he adds.

“We’re constantly telling ourselves about ourselves, and we’re constantly writing about ourselves.

And we’re creating stories about ourselves.”

It’s not just the stories that resonate with people, either.

People are fascinated by the stories in people’s lives, says Harrer—especially in those stories where people have an emotional connection.

“People who are really connected to people are able to write about people in their lives,” he points out.

“That’s really interesting because we tend to have an emotionless society.”

People are fascinated with the stories of people in other lives, too.

“There are so many stories about how we do our jobs,” he continues.

“A lot of them are about what it feels like to be an employee at a job that you love.

You work long hours and you have to be very careful, because you can lose your job and your company.

And people are also fascinated by stories about the people who are in the world.

You’ll hear stories about people who go to war and die.

People who are orphans.

People in a terrible place, and people who have really good relationships with loved ones.

It’s fascinating.”

Harrier says that the stories told in our daily lives also influence our lives in ways that we might not expect.

“It’s interesting that there’s an element of human curiosity about stories that we’re always told, but people tend to be skeptical about that,” he notes.

“They don’t know how stories can be so deeply personal and meaningful.

That’s something we really need to get better at.

But there are a lot stories that are truly incredible and important.”

And then there are the more mundane stories, like those we hear on the news.

“And I think there’s this whole idea that our newsfeed is like a sort of playground, and all the people on our feeds are just talking to each other and laughing and having fun,” he cautions.

“But we are not talking to people we’re going to be in a relationship with.

We’re not talking about other people we have known for a while.

We don’t have people who we are going to get to know or to be intimate with.”

We are, but there’s also a lot that we don’t realize about the way our news feeds work, and why people are so passionate about them.

“Newsfeeds are also like this magical machine that we’ve got to use to keep our minds engaged,” he concludes.

“The stories are really powerful because they are so simple