I think it’s important to share our experiences, not only so that others might learn, but because writing something down changes it, and writing with a purpose even more so.
It’s a long, difficult road, and even though I’ve it heard many times, from many authors, the true meaning of those words continues to surprise me.
By Ari Marmell
Her past did not forget her.
Light draped over the cave like a curtain, cutting off my view.
“Come on.” Sarah’s voice floated back through the dark.
For Part 1, the unconscious, Click Here.
The conscious mind represents the more complex side of every person. The conscious mind takes the simple desires of the unconscious mind and builds more elaborate goals around them. Where the unconscious mind wants to feel and enjoy, the conscious mind wants to overcome a challenge. The conscious mind is the problem solver; cracking codes, assembling pieces, all in an effort to achieve some kind of new understanding, a moment of insight that can only be called an epiphany. The question is, what does the conscious mind want to understand?
Bittersweet pain conceals a deeper beauty.
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