Continued from previous post:
After creating their story ropes, the girls sat and listened to all their lives unfold in fabric.
Later Martha (on right) said this:
Someone told me that the people of this culture, this village, lack imagination - that they think in terms of black and white - right and wrong - yes and no.
If that's true, maybe it's because their imagination was never sparked.
Because just look at the way these girls respond to a good story. Nobody's personal story is EVER black and white.
Makes me wonder and imagine.