What's the "gain"?
Thank you Willie for the kind invitation into your world of imagination; it is true there is "genius" in pain. In this world, we are confronted daily with the superficial, artificial...The best ideas for works of art are found when all the odds are against you.What a great sketch I gained today in my mind from yours.Oh, BTW, I had no idea your stomping grounds are in Dallas. I was just there recently on assignment for CSC, visiting the corporate headquarters of Textron. I have to tell you the people of Texas treated me the nicest, some of the nicest people around town in Dallas [Ft. Worth area]. A Neighbor Blogger: [http://sonya-rose.blogspot.com/2005/12/bell-helicopter.html]All my best and look forward to our next writing assignment on "Vices"!
Jim Morrison once said, "Is your life enough to base a movie on?"Without a voice, you can reach out from the inside of your heart and prove your idea(s) to the world.
Wow, I love this one. It feels so real. Trixi
If the growth isn't in stuff like increased awareness, empathy etc. then the growth must be from the struggle to ease or escape the pain./? <.|.>
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie