This may be the truest and most beautiful thing I've ever read. Who wants to join me in the field? "Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, this is a field. I'll meet you there." - Rumi
I walk across the room and place the small glass flask on the counter, skull and crossbones out. It's like Uncle John always used to say: "Revenge makes the nightmares go away."
Have you ever considered that you can be right without holding a poor opinion of those who are wrong?
Found this quote on a friends FB page and it just resonated with me: Don't feel sad over someone who gave up on you, feel sorry for them because they gave up on someone who would never have given up on them. Attribution unknown.
She made broken look beautiful. - Ariana Dancu
Does this not apply to writing in every way possible?? Brilliant, those Pixar folks. People need to be wrong as fast as they can. In a battle, if you're faced with two hills and you're unsure which to attack, the right course of action is to hurry up and choose. If you find out it's … Continue reading Be Wrong As Fast As You Can
The enemy of art is the absence of limitations" - Orson Welles What do you think this quote means? I find this fascinating because I always work better within constraints whether it's songwriting, novelist-ing, or creating art. I have a hard time creating something from absolutely nothing. But I think most writers/artists would say that … Continue reading What Does This Mean?
I raised the deep green crystal to my shoulder. With considerable force and an iron will to keep my voice muffled, I dug the lines of the symbol into my skin. The pain was everywhere, though most assuredly in the spot I had mutilated, but it mattered not; my fascination overruled all else.
The problem with the world today is that we find ourselves roped into an endless journey to find answers... ...when we should be searching high and low, crossing seas and scaling mountains, fighting with the elements of nature, all for the attainment of the most valuable of assets: Questions
I like engaging in the magic of stories. It helps me remember the magic in my own life that is so easily taken for granted.