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This I Believe New England: Stories

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Some of us are eager to share our stories with anyone who will listen, but as Bill Harley reflects, others of us are much more quiet about the stories that shape our lives.

Every one of us has a story - make that lots of stories - that define who we are. There are those life-altering events during childhood, perhaps our first love or our first heartbreak, or the stories that come out of our adult lives that are so very complex.  You may recall Maya Angelou’s powerful words in her autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings: “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Some of us are eager to share our stories with anyone who will listen, but as Bill Harley reflects, others of us are much more quiet about the stories that shape our lives.  



 Bill Harley, who comes to us from Seekonk, Massachusetts, is a Grammy award-winning artist who uses song and story to paint a vibrant picture of growing up, schooling, and family life.




This I Believe New England: Stories
This I Believe New England: Stories