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Like Water is for Fish by Heartlines CEO Dr Garth Japhet explores the power of story in our lives, how story has influenced him and how he's used it to influence others.
"An inspiring read that shows how stories and storytelling can change lives."
A tale of reconciliation in Tshwane
Here's how What's Your Story? was used to start an ongoing process of reconciliation between church leaders in Tshwane.
Sharing her story to heal the wounds of her pastShe has no regrets about her past despite a childhood filled with abuse and trauma. Read more
Foreign nationals talk about their struggles in finding a home away from homeThe Sister Mura Foundation is providing medical, financial, and emotional support while upskilling foreign nationals living with HIV/AIDS in SA. Read more
A dream deferred leads to a life of leadership and success
Olefile Masangane has achieved what he thought would be impossible.Read more
Storytelling breaks stereotypes about criminals
Father Babychan Arackathara has been working as a chaplain in SA’s prisons for over 20 years. He is an advocate of the human rights of prisoners and restorative justice, bringing healing to offenders as well as victims and their families.Read more
Share your story with us
Do you have a story that everyone needs to hear? Are you, or do you know of someone who courageously lives out values such as forgiveness, compassion, acceptance, understanding or reconciliation? Do you know of ordinary people in South Africa working together in extraordinary ways?
Then we need to hear your story!
We’re looking for stories that:
- Help us to get to know and understand each other better.
- Challenge us to look beyond our differences.
- Inspire us about those who’ve overcome huge challenges.
- Remind us that we really are better together.
The What's Your Story? project was made possible through the support of a grant from Templeton Religion Trust. The opinions expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Templeton Religion Trust.