Tell this Story Writing PromptsWrite this story Prompts
Tell the same story from a different angle.
Are you going to do it? 5 prompts to help you tell your story
It' like writing in a garden. If we are willing to get our palms filthy, the empty side becomes a place for cultivating and sustaining our lives - a small parcel for cultivating seed that, when properly sunlit, will bloom into nutritious fruits. Fortunately, unlike garden work itself, story telling does not require a little brain.
There is no need to even be an author to take advantage of writing - you just have to do the work. Self-cultivating, showing what is beneath the ground so that we can root out and nurture what does not fit in, so that we can find the histories we live and, if necessary, better ones to read.
It may be a chaotic proces, but isn't that the essence of all world-changing work? Draw up a model for your own future. Utilize what you can think of to design a model and use it as a model for your work. This weed is not greenish. What is the thing in your Iife that you idealise?
So what are the problems this thing could be adding to your being? Take a piece of paper from the other side of the gate, what you think you will achieve before you can fully enjoy it. Being sincere about the battles that could follow this landmark and remember your own backwardness to appreciate where it is.
It may be a chaotic proces, but isn't that the essence of all world-changing work? Each act is bound to a faith, like the seed that blooms from an invisible underground source. Listing some berries you are seeing in your own lives - behaviours or feelings on the surfaces.
Look for the root of these feelings or deeds. What can you do to eradicate the convictions that cause behavior, and what new faith will you substitute them with? Record an area of your entire lifetime where you are uncertain - what you are hiding from others for anxiety of being condemned or wrong.
Then send a note to those you care about and tell them what they miss when they get involved in your perceptions. What would he say if your whole existence was a note? So how can you make a difference? Have you got a disk device to type?