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What It Is To Be A Writer

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August 13, 2018

A writer writes. Obviously.

But not everyone who writes is a “writer.” To be a writer is to be many things at the same time.

A writer builds special muscles, brain…

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A Seasoned Warrior

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July 25, 2018

A seasoned warrior tries to avoid battles many times. That is not his weakness. It’s his compassion. Because he knows how much damage he can do if he gets…

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How Cats are Different When it Comes to Love

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June 30, 2018

Cats are some of the most misunderstood creatures. They are not really mean. They just express themselves differently. In a world that is fast becoming insensitive to all things…

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What Happens When You Start Doing Something Creative

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June 30, 2018

When you start making art, or doing something else that requires you to squeeze all your creativity out of you, you literally face the best and worst parts of…

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The Ups & Downs of Making Art

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June 30, 2018

Making art is a funny business. Beautiful, but funny.

To make art you need inspiration. When you make art, you share that inspiration with scores of people. Yet, what happens…

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How I got My Life Back – In Memory of Chester Bennington

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July 21, 2017

I still remember listening to “Numb” and feeling like it was closer to how I felt than I’d like to admit.

I was young, reasonably rich, unhappy, and with no…

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How Chris Cornell Died: What You Need to Know

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June 4, 2017
The cause of Chris Cornell's death was hanging. What was the cause of hanging? Depression doesn't kill people. Pills do.
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Fluoride, the Biggest Lie You Have Ever Been Sold

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May 25, 2017
Fluoride is a poison. Anything told to you differently, is a lie, sugar-coated in more poison.
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The One With the Earbuds

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September 22, 2016

It’s one of those embarrassing things you don’t like to talk about. I had an ear pain. And I had run out of ear buds. I saw one time-worn…

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Why Not a Bloodless Eid?

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September 12, 2016
Why Eid is the Biggest Massacre Unstopped by Animal Rights Organizations
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The Case of the Misplaced Letter Paper Size

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April 20, 2016

Amongst the many vices of that great country called the US of A, the one that is perhaps the most ignored is the startling dearth of the multiplicity of paper…

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Why I’m Making My Photos Available Under Creative Commons

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February 25, 2016

I have a database of 15,000+ photos. That should explain it. Creative commons are an outlet.

On one fine evening, when watching the Sun set, and sipping my extra strong filter coffee,…

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Creativity Requires Courage!

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September 6, 2013

Creativity requires exploration, experimentation and reason-less play. All of these require courage, because they require you to step outside of the perimeter of your daily activities and fixed beliefs….

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Five TED Talks to Boost Your Creativity!

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September 5, 2013

Here I have compiled five most pertinent TED talks on the subject of creativity, which have the capacity to inspire anyone to pursue their own creative niche in life:

#1…

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What is Your Creative Niche?

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September 3, 2013

Not sure how you can be creative? Have serious doubts if at all you can be creative?

Most people are. Sadly, that is how life is.

The good news is, that…

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Creativity and Innovation: The World Has Got it Wrong!

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September 2, 2013

Creativity is NOT coming up with new ideas. Ideation and creativity are NOT the same things.

Read the above two statement atleast three times until it sinks in enough for…

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Why Do I Need to Be Creative?

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September 1, 2013

Why breathe? Why live? Why laugh? Why do the things you do?

Creativity is the natural expression of the flow of your life. You don’t have to do anything to…

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Creative Genius: Jack Kerouac

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August 25, 2013

JACK KEROUAC

Jack Kerouac: writer, novelist, poet, traveler, the father of the “Beat Generation” and one of the very few people I know of, who bent around the rules of…

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Creativity Loves Company: The Tuning Fork Example

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August 22, 2013

It is not just misery that loves company. In fact, misery does not love company. Beyond a certain point, you can’t make too many people miserable with your misery!…

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The Routine

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July 2, 2013

We think that the mind is wild, and likes to do different things everyday, and is meant to protest against any routine we impose on it. The most innate…

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Why Staring at a Laptop Screen Won’t Spur Your Creativity

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June 12, 2013

When you stare at a laptop screen for long hours, perhaps at your job, the mind begins to go numb. The nature of the mind is erratic, but if…

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Creativity Boggles Scientists!

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June 7, 2013

Creativity is not a quantifiable, measurable phenomenon. It is not a one time happening that can be recorded and measured and replicated exactly, under controlled conditions, for different subjects.

Creativity…

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The “Creatives” and the “Non-Creatives”: a Myth Busted

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June 2, 2013

There is  a prevalent belief in the world at large: some people are just creative like that, perhaps by birth, and some are not – the “non creatives”. Where…