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Whether we like to read it or hear it … or watch it, we love stories. From the dawn of history when humans were gathering around the flames, until the era of Netflix, we love stories .. It may seem just amusement and visceral time, but anything that is so humanly widespread, and throughout history, has to be associated with something more fundamental than just entertainment
Why do we love stories? Whether we like to read it – or hear it … or watch it, we love stories. From the dawn of time when humans were gathering around the flames, until the era of Netflix, we love stories .. It may seem just amusement and visceral time, but anything that is so humanly widespread, and throughout history, must be associated with something more fundamental than mere entertainment. The direct impact of the stories is clear, and it can be easily noticed in any lecture, when there is a personal story involved, the interaction and activity by the audience is much greater than when the story is devoid of the story .. Biological studies offer an amazing interpretation of the matter: when we hear a story we imagine What happens, we feel the feeling of the hero, we somehow absorb it … and this all activates multiple and different regions in the brain, and produces neuronal fluids that are different from those that are produced in the case of the normal conversation without the story..this brain activity when hearing or reading stories is the one that explains why it hangs The details of the story in our minds are much more than what happens when you hear the normal conversation, no matter how well, scientifically or logically. There is more than that too … Some researchers point out that storytelling / storytelling was an important tool in the survival of humanity at the beginning of its history, and that this was no less important than some important human organs .. How? These people point out that the stories were the only way to pass the laws of society, customs and traditions within the first primitive societies, as they were the only way to warn of potential risks that the “recipient” has not yet faced, but the story will make him understand and anticipate their danger and take precautions from them … and also the nature of these societies was imperative The existence of values for cooperation and altruism between members of the tribe or village, and these values were passed through stories, where the person who sacrifices for the sake of others and attributes certain qualities to him is glorified, which makes others want to follow his example .. In one of the important studies that tried to verify this information Two primitive societies were studied in the Philippines, where the population still lives in a primitive lifestyle, in the first society there were a greater number of “retribution” and they were seen with great respect, and in the second society the number of retribution was less and the perception of them was also less … 80% of The stories in circulation were concerned with values (right and wrong and the attitude towards them) and not as one might expect from being against the dangers of nature. Another important thing: that the standard of cooperation and generosity in the first society was higher than that of the second society, and this strengthens the idea that the stories contributed to the survival of mankind by spreading certain values that urge humans to a specific behavior that contributes to survival. Any other human society in that period, who was not armed with stories, was much more exposed to destruction and extinction than societies whose members have acquired certain values through stories … in other words, in simple terms: Those who do not tell stories nor hear them … become extinct … As for those who do, they have survived. All current humans are descendants of the second kind … in other words, from the other: Our brains are programmed to interact with stories. This is part of our human nature. Stories or novels are not a luxury, an accessory, or a way to pass the time … they are simply part of our brain activity and its requirements, and if we really want to pass on any value, any message, any principle … then this cannot be better than what happens with the stories.
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