Mortals must do what they are here to create or they will become cranky.**
The awakening of individuality is a continual unfolding of our presence.*
The most important doings are to be found in moments of presence.
To ourselves, to the context and those within it.
There will appear something we must do and at that moment life is stirred becoming richer with the promise of beauty.
Robert McKee writes,
Every writer must strive towards this ideal: include no scene that doesn’t turn.^
Be present, find your turning.
The words in the doodle are the inscription my daughter Charlotte wrote in the gift of a journal for Fathers’ Day 2016.
*From John O’Donohue’s Divine Beauty;
**From Seth Godin’s Tales of the Revolution;
^From Robert McKee‘s newsletter: Why Your Story Needs Meaningful Change.
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