thinking about the Erisians today, and about the subconscious (Jung and all that). but also about constructedness, fact, and objectivity.
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Cohen approaches his work with extraordinary doggedness reflecting the notion that work ethic supersedes what we call “inspiration” — something articulated by such acclaimed and diverse creators as the celebrated composer Tchaikovsky (
Heading off to yoga shortly, so getting this week’s offerings up all hasty like.
Despite the title, K.M. Weiland offers writers some comfort: Why every story you write is a guaranteed failure… 170 more words
dear friends, maria popova quotes beautifully from henry miller.
you might find it instructional.
it ends with this:
The most difficult thing for a creative individual is to refrain from the effort to make the world to his liking and to accept his fellow man for what he is, whether good, bad or indifferent.