I was cleaning my writing files and came across these notes, taken while reading "The Sound of Paper" a year or so ago, byJulia Cameron. I highly recommend this book--and hope you can get a little something from the concepts I jotted down.
--Drama is seductive(and saps your writing time.)
--We can not know where our journey will lead.
--Pray to overcome unbelief.
--Writing can be do-able, portable and casual (don't make it such a big deal)
--We don't know the number of our days --live consciously.
--Ask God to work through me like a channel
--Thy will be done, not mine.
--Artists thrive on structure.
--When we commit to a dream, the materials come.
--It is the "making of art," -not- "our art making it" that signifies an artist's life.
--Don't pour out all your creativity in email. Manage modern life and media input like a diet.
I think I want to re-read Julia's book : )