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Derek Hunter Tap into your subconscious, open up the avenues of expression within yourself and outside yourself. Allow yourself to write something down to paper or…moreTap into your subconscious, open up the avenues of expression within yourself and outside yourself. Allow yourself to write something down to paper or computer, the writing process has to start somewhere. If it sits in your head too long, it stays in your head. Don't be too critical of yourself, you can always correct it later, make it better later, edit it later. If nothing seems to be coming out, start writing about your experiences, write about the experiences that are most meaningful to you.(less)
Derek Hunter I was an independent filmmaker for a while in my teens and early to mid twenties and one of the things which I appreciated the most about transitionin…moreI was an independent filmmaker for a while in my teens and early to mid twenties and one of the things which I appreciated the most about transitioning to being a writer was the Control aspect. The experience was all up to me, the production, good or bad, was up to me, I did not have to rely on others, convince others, push others, to see the final outcome of the dream.(less)
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Love Chaos Principle

“The nature of existence is chaotic, unpredictable, slippery in definition, and the important thing to do is to focus on love within this chaotic framework.”

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“The nature of existence is chaotic, unpredictable, slippery in definition, and the important thing to do is to focus on love within this chaotic framework.”
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“They’re well versed on who was the first of each configuration of human being to accomplish something without ever realizing that the accomplishment itself doesn’t need the qualifier. There are 7 billion people on the planet; only a handful have ever flown on a space shuttle. Therefore, flying on the space shuttle is an amazing accomplishment in and of itself. Yet leftist professors and students look not at the accomplishment itself as something worthy of celebration but at the race of the person.
Guion Bluford was the first African American to go into space and to fly on a space shuttle. He did so in 1983, in the early years of the program. Bluford is not remarkable because he’s a black guy who went to space or flew on the space shuttle; he’s remarkable because he went into space. You haven’t flown on a space shuttle, have you? See?
To focus on a person’s race for an accomplishment is to cheapen the accomplishment. ‘See, even a (whatever type of person) can do this’ is the mentality. Well, why wouldn’t every type of person be able to do that? Why is it extra special that one person did it? SJWs don’t realize it, but the patronizing attitude of ‘You can do it, too’ toward various configurations of people implies that they believe it is special that the others did it, as if they or the world didn’t think they could. This mentality stems from college grievance majors. Many programs started decades ago, when there were real problems to be addressed. Ironically, as the problems were solved, instead of terminating the courses or refocusing them as historical studies, the departments grew even larger and more powerful. So they needed to create new problems.”
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“The nature of existence is chaotic, unpredictable, slippery in definition, and the important thing to do is to focus on love within this chaotic framework.”
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