Stories that may have confused a storyteller for years, that have held dormant insights, might now bear the fruit of new knowledge. As the storyteller gains awareness of their emotional connection to the story, they can begin to think about how others might connect on an emotional level. The degree of emotional content is culturally specific, as storytellers are familiar with the codes and clues within their own communities. When calling images to mind from the moment of change in their story, a storyteller may select an aspect of the scene that stands out for them but is not an explicit illustration of the event. If storytellers have not allowed time early on to see how their images can do some of the heavy lifting of storytelling, they may find they would have altered their script to work with the images they ultimately use.