The fascinating thing about writing is that it becomes a measure of how cleanly you can reflect humanity back on itself.  The author’s job is not to adhere to some staid routine or concept of “what’s right,” or “proper,” but to lift the spirit, light up the soul, and reiterate old archetypes and tropes so that they enter humanity’s collective heart and replenish it with fresh novelty.  

In the end, it is about digging deeper within yourself than what society might expect, and distributing those rough treasures that you’ve polished with nothing but your mind.


11 thoughts on “Musings

  1. “Complicated rules to adjust behavior are a weak substitute for simple principles.” Mary Wollstonecraft (the mother of Mary Shelly the author of Frankenstein.)

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