Some times, writing a screenplay can be like what happens when you’ve misplaced something - like a DVD or a tin of face cream - and while looking for it you come across something else you once loved or needed, but lost and had long since forgotten. Whatever it was, you decided at some point to stop searching for it, maybe because the reason you needed it was gone, or because you simply gave up any hope of ever finding it. After awhile it faded from your memory, like it never existed… until that moment of recovery. Screenplays can be like that, and some times we need to pay attention to those lost things that are hiding within them.
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‘tsundoku’ - the Japanese word for buying books & not reading them, leaving them to pile up. Who else is guilty of this?
Oh so guilty.
Turning within, you will find only words and images that are parts of yourself. But if you turn outside yourself — to the birds and animals and the quickly changing places where they live — you may hear something beyond words.
Men are disturbed not by events, but by their opinion about events.
My mind is aglow with whirling, transient nodes of thought careening through a cosmic vapour of invention.” Hedley Lamarr, Blazing Saddles
I’ve been able to show that fear closes down our minds and our hearts, whereas positive emotions literally open our minds and hearts… they really change our mindsets and our biochemistry
cure for winter. too early to count down to spring? #flashbackphoto