17 thoughts on “Writing for discovery

    1. Thank you, Shay! Happiest Year to you, too! I hope the dudes don’t get too drunk on Cossack dancing in 2022, but can’t wait to see who and how they interview.
      I was thinking of that EE Cummings quote today: To be nobody-but-yourself-in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody but yourself-means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight, and never stop fighting.” I was thinking about our conditioned responses and then also our heritage. I was thinking about what it’s like to be a lemon and not want to be lemonade. 😆 xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

      1. Oh it’s a hard battle. I mean you see what you don’t to be, you learn what you do want to be BUT it’s getting the world to accept that. And yeah, there’s bits you do want of something. Mostly we just want to be ourselves as we want to be!!!!. xxx

      2. Agree agree!!! Also there’s this sort of “normalizing” you have to do just to even get noticed. Does that make sense? People want to see certain types of repeated themes to feel comfortable and sometimes innovators/artists want to constantly break the “mold” so to speak. Being ourselves I think is also about the freedom to change frequently. Anyways, just some thoughts… xxxxxx I know you get what I am saying.

  1. Happy New Year, Ka! Yes, as others here have noted, to being true to our nature(s)! Wishing you a blessed 2022 and may the wonder of who you truly are continue to grace this world’s pages!

    1. Hi Michael!! So good to “see” you! Happy New Year, 2022, my friend! I’m soooo curious as to what this year will bring. Looking forward to all of it! Let’s all be us, together! 😃 Let’s see what happens, I like how things are almost always interesting, and we keep learning a lot about ourselves! I like being a lemon 🍋😉

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