Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Emil Kolbe's Shooting Part 5 - Family Stories
Family events develop into separate, distinct stories as years and families grow distant.
When family members leave and create their own new families, the stories go with them and are passed to their children and so on, much like DNA. It makes sense that the stories change through all the people and all the years.
Later when a document or other evidence appears that may challenge one's perception of a story they held for their whole life it may cause some uneasiness.
The document or evidence doesn't mean that anyone was wrong in their perception or belief. It is meant to help shed light on the event, not to judge the story that has been passed down.
Posted by Michelle Kolbe