d conscious mi… detected movement in parts of the body associated with the action of kicking the ball, sewing etc. Now consider when we watch a movie or read a book the actions we see or read, then, are almost real in some part of the unconsciousness and conscious mind as if we meta-perform the action ourselves. If you follow this reasoning, perhaps, then, why we write is because we are driving towards creating an external imitative product which positively affects the mind of our audience, to bring enjoyment like the people whose vision and imagination brought the spectacle of dancing cave art in France, the Greek and Roman theatre and games in Athens and Rome, etc.
In closing, I feel that why we write, is because we grew up around books and Art — damn good books, stories, writing, visual art, music… — and we think we can do it too; that we can lift the bar and produce a work of Art which is worth reading, performing, viewing…For now, I can’t tell if I will make it anywhere with my writing, but I am enjoying what I do, it’s a therapy, a game, a job that I go to every day, as I unlock codes within my being, within society and our world, and script my imaginings in a blueprint.
…taff role is much more than the simple aggregation of the individual responsibilities listed above. The most successful COS’s dynamically integrate these responsibilities and can track the flow of a relationship, project, or initiative from end-to-end.
… by being present in your life right now and understanding the possibility of it getting better. You have two choices: you can wallow (me, circa 2017) or fight (my 2018 game plan). Las… by being present in your life right now and understanding the possibility of it getting better. You have two choices: you can wallow (me, circa 2017) or fight (my 2018 game plan). Last week I was reading Cheryl Strayed’s Tiny Beautiful Things, and in particular, a letter that …
Instead of positivity, consider the human alternative: hope. The failure is insignificant. What matters is what you do with it, how you learn from it, and how your hope carries you out of the dark. Rebecca Solnit writes a lot about this, and I encourage you to read her take on the subject. Ignore…
If a historian two hundred years from now were to document the “authentic” China and the “authentic” America of today, I suspect they would dedicate more paragraphs to the Nike and Foxconn factories of Guangzhou — pistons of a global economic engine — than they would the Forbidden City or old Hutong alleyways of Beijing. More footnotes on the decline of Detroit and our failing inner city public schools than on the Grand Canyon and Lady Liberty.
…? How do I say that sometimes all I fucking want is free feminine hygiene products in the bathroom? Can I say that sometimes I wish people respected Chinese New Year half as much as they respected god damn Christmas and Passover?