Time doesn’t age you; experience does.
Two things influence one’s wisdom: remarkable experience and – even
much more – accumulated knowledge.
Change everything you can,so that nothing else is changed.
If at first you don’t succeed, you’re doing it wrong. Learn from the experience. Try again, but with a different approach.
I’m sorry to disappoint you, but my experience belongs to me, not the collective bloody unconscious.
What does one do with experience? Do we react negatively, or do we (pro)create from the space of positivity?
I used to hammer away at the idea of simplicity.
In both fiction and non-fiction, there’s only one question and one answer. ‘What happened?’ the reader asks. ‘This is what happened,’ the writer responds. ‘This…and this…and this, too.’ Keep it simple. It’s the only sure way home.
Open your mind to new experiences, particularly to the study of other people. Nothing that happens to a writer – however happy, however tragic – is ever wasted.
I’m just happy to have experienced life; to have had a beautiful son and to have loved.
Order of things must happen in every brief moment