Tuesday, August 4, 2009

writing with conscious thought

-- Conscious Discussions Radio --

Today's topic was focusing on how literature plays a vital role in living consciously. I shared numerous fun and interesting quotes about the craft of writing and the power of the written word by famous individuals from around the globe. I also shared information on how to deal with unfinished projects, skill development, research, pressures and stresses, and writer's block. Writing, whether it is available for the public to purchase or not, is a way of leaving a legacy behind. Writing is a way of communicating with ourselves, our society and future generations; it is a way of connecting with the past and analyzing the future. For the reader, we benefit from stretching our minds, increasing knowledge and tools to live consciously. Where would we be without the understanding and empathy we learned to have for so many individuals, cultures, or historical times? Drop by and listen to the half hour Writing with Conscious Thought episode of Conscious Discussions.

-- Interesting Sites ? --

If you have time, check out these links below :) ... & don't forget to enter our weekly prize draw (scroll down for details).

Awesome, free & fun poetry prize contest for the revised edition of Towards Understanding (poetry/e-book) at: http://budurl.com/WinPoetry

Wow! Fantastic book promotion guide available for only $10! - http://www.booklocker.com/books/2949.html

One of my favorite media resource mailing lists: www.helpareporter.com/press

Revised edition of Towards Understanding in e-book format: http://www.booklocker.com/books/4179.html (poetry re: finding value & purpose in life).

Trash Talk - Learn about the 4-R's of recycling, find ways of saving money on heating/cooling your home or office & learn about gardening/landscaping, tree planting and water conservation, among other green activities: www.brummet.ca/trash.html

Find Dave & Lillian Brummet, excerpts from their books, information about their radio shows & free resources & articles at www.brummet.ca

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