The Grand Experiment Continues

At a lovely, leisurely pace, I alternated between creative endeavors and couch-potato-hood. The activities and my inner voice dictated the time frame. Sometimes it was a matter of minutes, sometimes whole days. And as I followed this meandering river of energy expenditure and replenishment, I found my mind opening up to some kind of natural flow. An underground current, far beneath the realm of my mental judges and my futile grasping at non-existent controls.

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The Grand Experiment

My current strategy addresses four problems that keep me from finding creative time and then actually being creative in the time I have.

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The Bliss of Normal

When I watch movies and TV shows now, my reaction is more often than not, “Thank god I don’t have to deal with that!” When I go to work at my office, no one is trying to kill me because I know too much. When I come home in the evening, I have no terrible secret to hide from my loving husband. And he is exactly what he seems to be.

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I Love Music

That’s one of the really great things about music. It’s equally valuable to the creators and the listeners. The relationship enriches both groups though they may never know each other personally. Think of it. Millions of people communicating and understanding every day just by turning on the radio.

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Electronic Schmoozing

I recently discovered that the internet is awash with ways to copyright, distribute, showcase, and yes, talk about music, none of which involve speaking to a live person. Having just completed a lot of research on the subject, I’d like to share the process I went through in finally getting my music out of my closet and into the ethersphere, all from the safety of my laptop.

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You Get Out What You Put In

I’m going to listen. There is so much music out there. There are so many people talking about music out there. I will treat my own creations as offerings to the community I wish to join.

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