Chapter One: 'Suddenly They Heard Footsteps': The methodology used by Mr. Yashinsky in Chapter One to meet his theme was basically a long list of questions distributed across 15 pages of text, e.g A storyteller? What kind of job is that?; What kinds of stories do you tell?; Where do people tell stories nowadays? Why do people tell stories nowadays? and many more. He then tells a number of personal, cultural, and religious stories interwoven with personal guidance. The most important questions to me were: "What kinds of stories should we tell today? To what audiences? How can we learn from our master storytellers? and what new approach can we bring to the storyteller's art?" Bottomline: Each storyteller finds his or her own repertoire and the voice to convey it.