Blur the Mind for Clarity Each of us sees life circumstances, situations, and even people, differently. Guided by both our conscious and, the 'million times' more powerful, subconscious mind. Our subconscious mind is always alert and hard at work, even while we are sleeping. Most of the time we are unaware that the choices and... Continue Reading →
What’s In A Name?
In Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliett, Juliett ponders on her balcony about the fued of her and Romeo's families. She does not care about their family names. Only their love matters and names could be changed. Their names does not define who they were a individuals. Simple. This quote may be true for roses but... Continue Reading →
"Where do you get your ideas?" Writers are asked this question quite a lot, and it is a difficult one to answer in layman's terms. Is it even possible to explain how imagination works? The best explanation I've read, though I do not remember who said it, is this: "Asking how creativity works is like... Continue Reading →