It’s amazing what you can do when you get creative.
Great souls, Great stories.
Stories nurture our connection to place and to each other. They show us where we have been and where we can go. They remind us of how to be human, how to live alongside the other lives that animate this planet. … When we lose stories, our understanding of the world is less rich, less true.
Grace will meet you in the valley, and her song will carry you home on the wind to another sky filled with ethereal beauty unfolding and love everlasting.
Endings to be useful must be inconclusive.
Be careful what you say and do around a writer; your words and actions may become material.
We forget old stories, but those stories remain the same.
Love awakens the soul.
As long as I have other ideas and projects noted, I feel confident that they’ll be alright until I get to them. And my ideas and tastes may have evolved by the time I get to them so that an idea can be discarded or expanded upon in ways that I wouldn’t have thought of had I started on that project right away instead of finishing what I was currently on. It’s good to give those ideas time to ripen and blossom.
I have from the first felt sure that the writer, when he sits down to commence his novel, should do so, not because he has to tell a story, but because he has a story to tell. The novelist’s first novel will generally have sprung from the right cause.