Story

To stir up the past.

Photo by Kenny Elison

To stir up past events.

Photo by Laura Fuhrman

To stir up past events.

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To dig up (some) dirt.

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Meaning:
Sharing juicy information with others.

Until the lion learns how to write, every story will glorify the hunter. – African proverb

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It is only when you can enjoy silence together that you tell each other the most.

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A good novel tells us the truth about its hero; but a bad novel tells us the truth about its author.

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Learn to be okay with people not knowing your side of the story. 
You have nothing to prove to anyone.

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A petty reason perhaps why novelists more and more try to keep a distance from journalists is that  novelists are trying to write the truth and journalists are trying to write fiction.

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Care about your friends. Sometimes they fight a battle they don’t tell you about.

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To tell old stories / to stir up past events / to stir up the past / to dig up (some) dirt.

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Meaning: starting or starting again about something (unpleasant) that happened in the past / bringing up unpleasant, almost forgotten events / reliving old long-forgotten cases, disputes or grievances.

It is only when you can enjoy silence together that you tell each other the most.

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