Consider key opportunities, those relationships which are our responsibilities, the impact we have on these relationships, and those services of a relational manner, the risk to not providing for relationships, of some lack of effort, and additional costs to the stress and strain of maintaining such relationships, such as those covered in modus operandi, we… Read More On reflecting on priorities for the organization tongue in cheek style
Today I had a most foreign feeling. I hadn’t felt it for ten years, but the inkling to revisit my fiction — a certain kind I was writing. Back in the day they went unpublished. But like Luke Skywalker I am rejuvenated, revitalized, and returning with newness. The typewriter is waiting…
Why does the word enumeration sound like money? Probably because enumeration sounds like renumeration. Is there is a real connection?
What I’m thinking devotionally are about four strands of thought, one of which is creative design, like why is our environment conducive to having two hands?
Yesterday’s writings can become today’s better pieces, can be rearranged into other pieces, can be retained for their use at a later stage. Yesterday is good.
There is a book I saw, a children’s version perhaps, called The Seven Deadly Sins. The cover had a knight fighting off the snake, a picture of fighting off the primeval temptation that comes to everyone. There is also something called The Seven Heavenly Virtues which I thought is a great way to organize behaviour.
The new sins are condemned everywhere these days, the old sins are accepted increasingly, but God offers mercy for them all.
The week’s music. September 6—September 13. 1972, 1982, 1992, 2002, 2012, 2022. Nothing made a strong impression. One stood above the rest, then opened the mouth to sing. Some you either like or you don’t. It is going to be harder to find Christian music week by week as I can no longer access the… Read More Strong impressions hard to come by with this music
Just adding the word may have provided accuracy when one could have missed it out. But is it true?
When is the abundant genre appropriate to write today? Perhaps not these days. But what about past days? Future days? Sometime ago in a person’s life? What was the narrative? Somehow, what is it? The abundant genre is about blessings, full of blessings, over filled with blessings. Even those blessings in disguise…hidden ones, silent ones,… Read More A genre filled with life
A reviewer assumed a screenwriter/director was driven by anger to make a work, but being driven by this emotion seems a stretch too far. How does one manage that emotion while working with it? Wouldn’t anger get out of control and interfere with the person doing the work, effectively disabling the person from thinking straight?
Like Ibsen, he knew that to create is to judge oneself From the article “Film Autobiography” by Oswell Blakeston (Film Review 1973-74)
As I am progressing my sentence, and stuck for the right word, I try and use two words. Why use two words when I could use one? Two words tries to expand on the meaning in my mind — but it sounds clumsy and awkward. It just does not flow well. One word may say… Read More One word says it
It’s been thirteen years since I first started devising and writing a tale and this week I revisited the story again, didn’t feel like to, but since it was on my schedule, I thought I should get to this.
The English teacher warned the eagerly listening class about waffle. Let me add: you only waffle when you don’t write with conviction. Conviction is the key to eliminating waffle.