We all want to improve our writing experience. And part of what I enjoy doing is sharing with you what I am learning on my journey.
The best thing about our profession as a writer is that there are no rules. Think for a minute what it is like if you want to be a classical ballet dancer or if you want to be a great violinist or if you want to be a symphonic conductor or if you want to be a painter or you want to be a filmmaker.
All of those fields involve community learning, personal instruction, practice time. …
Friedrich-Max “Fritz” Kreisler (February 2, 1875 — January 29, 1962) was an Austrian-born American violinist and composer. One of the most noted violin masters of his day, and regarded as one of the greatest violinists of all time, he was known for his sweet tone and expressive phrasing.
Fritz Kreisler was one of the greatest in history. Although the minimum age to enter the Vienna Conservatory of Music was fourteen, Fritz became the youngest student when he was accepted as a student at the age of seven.
At ten years old, he had already graduated.
On November 10, 1888, when he was just thirteen years old, he made his debut in the United States giving a concert at Steinway Hall in New York City. …
We all have something to be grateful for, no one is right, not to be grateful for at least one thing in life.
Just being alive and existing is enough to look up to the sky and say:
“God, thank you for creating me.”
We may be having the worst moments ever, but if you are reading this, it means that you are alive. And if you are struggling with a difficulty, trust God, that everything will be fine.
You need to have faith.
Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in many parts of the world this week.
And today, I want to share with you 5 quotes that I hope will inspire your life, to continue giving thanks for your blessings. …
John Boyd was a young man who had studied at a college and was confident that he would succeed in life. He believed in the importance of courtesy. In truth, courtesy was part of his personal philosophy.
He got a job as a porter in the House of Representatives in Washington.
One day a gentleman who appeared to be an important businessman approached the doorman and asked the doorman where he could locate Senator Sergeant, from California.
The doorman, who evidently did not give importance to the philosophy of courtesy, in a very pompous way made the gentleman understand that he had enough to do, as to follow the Senators. …
Great writers treat words with great esteem. And it is considered the hardest part to start writing.
After that, it’s up to inspiration to do the work.
Writing is all about clarity and persuasion, and writers are seen as clear thinkers.
It is expected that when you present your written piece, it meets the reader’s expectation and above all makes him feel some kind of emotion.
If you feel that you are close to fulfilling all these characteristics, you are on the right track in your career as a writer.
Success is the goal, and the path is your career as a professional writer. …
Spare time is a treasure, a very valuable resource, which today — unfortunately — many people waste it.
When you don’t use time properly, you are avoiding progress in your life.
It is clear that we need to balance our personal goals and our other activities. But you know that you need to spend time working on your personal development.
“There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self.”
— Aldous Huxley
When that happens you are helping to make your dreams come true.
Let’s see what the proper use of time has done for certain people in history. …
Most of us have dreams and goals that we want to achieve.
And in a special moment, we begin to mold that idea in our mind, which sticks to our thoughts and makes us convince ourselves that we can make it happen.
But you know that you don’t live alone in this world, and at some point, you might share your plans and that’s where the attack begins.
Not everyone will share your same thinking. And the negative comments are not long in coming, and soon they are coming to do their evil work.
Maybe that’s why James Earl Jones…
All human beings face fears, and when we have to carry out or start a new project in life, the first feeling is possibly that… fear!
In the worst case, that fear can lead you to paralyze, for some strange reason, you may feel unable to achieve what you want and the mental war begins.
But you know that mental warfare you must conquer — at any rate — at that moment you are already strengthening your mind and taking the right step. Think positively when faced with the challenge.
Bertrand Russell once said it well:
“To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.” …
SkyDrive Inc., a world-driving engineer of metropolitan air portability arrangements, is pleased to declare that it led a public show trip of its new SD-03 flying vehicle model on August 25, 2020. It was the main public show of a flying vehicle in Japan.
The flight occurred at the 10,000-square-meter (roughly 2.5-section of land) Toyota Test Field, which is one of the biggest test fields in Japan and home to the organization’s advancement base.
The single-seat SD-03 took off in the early night and orbited the field for around four minutes.
A pilot was at the controls however a PC helped control framework guaranteed flight soundness and security while specialized staff at the field checked flight conditions and airplane execution consistently as reinforcement. …
The Last Supper (Il cenacolo) is the famous fresco that Leonardo da Vinci painted between 1495 and 1497. If you go to Milan, you will surely go to the Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie to see and enjoy this magnificent work.
I want to share with you and investigate the way in which Leonardo chose the models for his works and explain the curious story of Jesus and Judas from da Vinci’s Last Supper.
Leonardo took quite a long while to pick the models for his Last Supper.
Numerous contemporary painters of his rehashed the figures starting with one work then onto the next in the event that they had been effective with them. The models were similar regardless of who they spoke to, yet Leonardo had another method of working. …