Monday, September 13, 2004

Fearless and moral creation

We write about the things that bother us here and now.

We must be done with the past, not cling to it.

We write to see what we want to keep and what we want to discard. No one is forcing us to give up our misery.

Write without consideration, as if nothing else were to come of it. The important thing to begin with is to inventory our positives and negatives, not to judge but to understand ourselves.

The way to write is to write! Thinking, talking, theorising, will not get it written. We sit down, ask for guidance, and start writing.

Anything we think about it material. The basic rule of thumb is, we can write too little, but can never write too much.

Creating this way becomes a relief. The pain of doing it is less than the pain of not doing it. Pain can be a motivating factor.

We sit down to write and ask for God's help to reveal the defects that caused pain and suffering in our lives. When we pray and take action it always gets better.

To have the courage to do this, the foundation is necessary: honesty, openmindedness and willingness are this foundation, supporting us in coming to know ourselves fearlessly through our creations.


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