Write ‘Who Am I?’ on ten cards. Then write rapidly without censoring. Now, sort the cards in order of importance.
Read these back. Imagine them written by someone else and ask :
1. What do these cards tell you about this person?
2. What things are most important?
3. What types of things would this person enjoy doing?
4. If this person had six months to live, how would he spend his time?
To discover the truth of a matter, be independent of opinions. Opinions can always be argued whereas a fact can never be denied.
Good is a known quantity. Good is what we all agree on. Good is not necessarily about growth.
Growth lies in an exploration of unlit recesses of your mind.
So, if you stick to good, there is a chance you’ll never grow.
As a writer, all you need to experience are love, pain, loss, boredom and rage.