Monday, December 8, 2014


The writing of a compelling dramatic story is always a transformative experience in that It ultimately transports the storyteller into a view of the world that is multi-perspectional (my term), where the storyteller confronts and empathises with the needs, desires and fears of a number of diverse and often conflicting characters and perspectives. The finding of a story involves a certain type of resiliency by virtue of which there is the possibility of liberating yourself from an artificially precise and confined ego. When you experience, develop and live inside a story-world that is founded on accepting and understanding the differences rather than anxiously asserting the identities of the characters, you edge closer to the truth that stands within and behind every story worth telling - love.

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