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Byline: SUSAN L. RIFE
Gray was a divinity student at Princeton when he first encountered Jung and his teachings about psychology.
"I'm not really sure if it was part of a class or just something that someone turned me on to reading," he said in a telephone interview from his home outside Philadelphia.
It turned out that Gray wasn't cut out for the life of a Presbyterian minister, and instead spent more than 30 years as a professional storyteller. Three years ago, he began to think about how to move from telling stories to children to telling "eldering" stories as an "old" man. (He is 67.)
"One day I was sitting in my chair, reading 'Memories, …