Monday, March 10, 2014


The wisdom of every dramatic story resides in the potency of the questions that it presents, and the extent to which those questions evoke identification and empathy with those that are struggling to live out the answers, and whose struggle in some way intersects with our own. The enduring stories are constant reminders that the world is always a question - or a series of questions - which we answer with our lives, and that the most satisfying answers are always in one way or another connected with love. - Billy Marshall Stoneking      READ MORE


1 comment:

HammerGruvin1 said...

Is there such a thing as " having more answers than questions"? When does research begin to inhibit the creative process?