WORDS HAVE NO POWER TO IMPRESS THE MIND WITHOUT THE EXQUISITE HORROR OF THEIR REALITY. — EDGAR ALLAN POE Continue reading Edgar Allan Poe on Power
WHAT IF BEING AN ASSHOLE ISN’T ALWAYS A CHOICE? Continue reading A Possible Reality I Cannot Accept
THE REAL PROBLEM WITH REALITY IS THE LACK OF BACKGROUND MUSIC. — ANONYMOUS Continue reading No Background Music?
SCIENCE IS MAGIC THAT WORKS. — KURT VONNEGUT Continue reading Another Kurt Vonnegut Quote
THE BEGINNING IS THE WORD AND THE END IS SILENCE. AND IN BETWEEN ARE ALL THE STORIES. — KATE ATKINSON Continue reading Kate Atkinson Quote
EUPHEMISM IS A HUMAN DEVICE TO CONCEAL THE HORRORS OF REALITY. — PAUL JOHNSON Continue reading Paul Johnson Quote
LISTENING TO A POLICE SCANNER IS THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY TO RUIN YOUR CONFIDENCE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD. — CORDIALLY, HELEN Continue reading My Neighborhood Isn’t THAT Bad, is it?
(Disclosure: I am not a mental health professional. The statements in this blog post are based on personal observations.) An active imagination is great if you’re a creative person. However, an adult understands the limits and responsibilities. I have done some fiction writing, and know how it is to let my creativity run amok and then look at the results later. That’s where editing comes in. I can’t call it art unless the characters are developed in a human way, the plot is constructed carefully and the wording is readable. It would be terribly embarrassing if anyone saw my unedited … Continue reading Mature Creativity Versus ????