Quote of the Day – October 27 2012

“Write your story as it needs to be written. Write it honestly and tell it as best you can. I’m not sure that there are any other rules. Not ones that matter.”
― Neil Gaiman


For me by necessity the story comes out in small parts, chapters from the past and chapters from the future that haven’t been written yet. The present is always here and accepted gracefully. After all what else do you do with a present? This past while, I’ve been learning myself a bit more every day and as I learn myself and find my story I can share it like the tale of the bridge and the angel I found there… or the dream of my first crush,  and of pain… I may tell of days but difficult and joyous but slowly I find my voice.

Funny thing tho, the more I listen to my voice the more I can hear others and hear them as they are felt and said. Perhaps all its taken is greater self-honesty or like the expression that I’ve used for years, shovelling the shit out of the communication box. I’m not there yet, not totally. I need to write, I’ve been told as if I’m the only one who will read it. Yet for me at times, it is easier to be honest on some things with witnesses for telling myself some truths may be too painful. There lies my blind spots and those are the ones I must work at.
What stories will you share and how honestly and easily do you find they come?
Blessings, G


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Expressive Abstraction by G A Rosenberg


Winged Peach by G A Rosenberg



4 thoughts on “Quote of the Day – October 27 2012”

  1. Namaste G,
    ‘Expressive Abstraction’ is beautiful. Sure looks like a shuttle pod. Thank you for sharing your creativity with us. There is always something to look forward to.
    Bright smiles and blessings,
    P/s – Honesty is the best policy (just don’t trust the insurance guys as they laugh their way to their banks) .. you’ll get the hang of it.

    1. Would that be like an actor watching a performance of theirs?

      Not sure tho it strikes me our story-telling is more like theatre, seldom do we tell a story exactly the same way twice

      Thanks, G

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