Sheryl is thirty-eight years, a mother of three and a student at Smith College in Northampton with a writing assignment that is due in a few days. She does not know what to write. Even though lots of ideas spin through her mind, they seem irrelevant and uninteresting. The fact that her assignment is based on her childhood experiences does not necessarily help her.
Sheryl is in trouble. She may not be able to submit her homework on time. Late work will lower her grade. How embarrassing would that be?
Fortunately, Sheryl does not have to spend another night pecking at her head for specks of inspiration. A coconut shows up unexpectedly in a bag of groceries her brother brings in from New York City. Sheryl has used the coconut so many times in her adult life without it reminding her of her childhood connections to it. But somehow, that night, seeing and feeling that brown palm triggers her childhood memories.
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The mere appearance of that hard-shelled palm fruit opens Sheryl's heart. Sheryl has a "talking palm moment," for out of her heart, like the water in the nut, pours forth some of her childhood experiences, happy and sad. That night, Sheryl's grade is saved.
What is your “talking palm moment”? Where were you in your life when something you were once connected to stormed back into your life, triggering memories you thought you had forgotten?
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