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Steve Kardaleff is a storyteller  with Macedonian roots, living in Lawton, Oklahoma. He is the past executive director of the National Storytelling Network. In addition to performances, he leads workshops on storytelling creation and interpretation. One of his stories, Nasreddin Odjah's Clothes, was featured in a book, “Treasures from Europe:  stories and classroom activities.” Steve_K
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Stories told by Steve:

The sweat of our brow
Contemporary, Macedonian 1:57
Before time there was nothing in the universe and God slept. But then He woke up and started to create: stars, Earth and everything. After a while, He got weary and stopped on Earth to rest. When He sat down, two drops of sweat fell to the ground from his brow, and that is how He created the first man and the first woman. Since then people have to earn their daily bread by the sweat of their brow.

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