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onthemtrippystix:

CURREN$Y LIVE IN THE AXT

onthemtrippystix:

CURREN$Y LIVE IN THE AXT

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Reblogged from Fuck It
graycloudsovermyhead:

Now Playing: Smoke DZA-Rugby Thompson

graycloudsovermyhead:

Now Playing: Smoke DZA-Rugby Thompson

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There’s always a point where you have to let a story go. Art isn’t finished, as many people before me have pointed out, only abandoned. And eventually you abandon your new child and hope that you’ll get it right next time, or the time after that, and you never do.

In a Reddit Q&A about An Evening with Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer, Neil Gaiman adds a caveat to his timeless advice to aspiring writers, in which he argued for the value of finishing things. Also see Gaiman’s 8 rules of writing and his wisdom on the creative life.

More advice on writing here

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Sometimes you just have to let go

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had to

had to

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The fundamental concern that I have is that we’re criminalizing a medical problem that these women suffer from, and that we don’t do that to any other segment of our society. I understand the concern about the unborn fetus, but the very best way to manage that situation and the very best outcome for the unborn fetus is to treat the mom and the baby as a unit, and to get the best care for the mom. That means she has to be comfortable and free to seek care without concern that she will be placed in jail.

Dr. Barbara Levy, of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists explains her concerns with the personhood movement and criminalizing pregnant women who suffer from drug addiction

You can learn more about the personhood movement and hear 3 different points of view on the issue on our page here.

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dianajennifere:

Let’s take a moment to appreciate this. 

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topbuttongang:

hugmybones:

SHARKEISHA NO!!!

I heard that punch from across the room my nigga.

what the fuck

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Hemingway knew the secret. I mean, he was a lush and a bad man in many ways, but he knew the secret. You get up and, first thing in the morning, you do your 500 words. Do it every day and you’ve got a book in eight or nine months.

Bill Gates’s favorite author, who has published more than 30 books, attests to the power of work ethic, echoing E. B. White’s contention that “a writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper,” Chuck Close’s assertion that "inspiration is for amateurs – the rest of us just show up and get to work."  Tchaikovsky and Jack White would agree.

Or, as Isabel Allende aptly put it, "Show up, show up, show up, and after a while the muse shows up, too."

Pair with the daily routines and creative habits of famous writers. 

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