W.O.W.-remember & embrace the intuitive, sacred mind

Intuiting & Imagining by Albert Einstein:
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant.
We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.
Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”~ALBERT EINSTEIN

“imagine & believe beyond horizons” ~ sb
{photograph by sarah nean bruce, so. california pacific coast highway 2006}
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The Internet And PowerPoint Are Bad For The Brain

“Lists of bullet points with visuals are seldom a viable substitute for descriptive prose. Along with PowerPoint, text messages, Tweets and rushed emails short attention spans are only growing shorter. But in world of increasing emotional complexity and economic hardship, the depth and power of well written prose are more essential than ever.” ~The Right Brain Studio
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Moreover, it got me to thinking: could excessive time on the computer, mobile phone – including accessing email, Twitter, Facebook, Myspace – IM, SMS, voicemail from anywhere and anytime via Satellite, WiFi, WiMax, and NthG data access – eventually cause OCD and/or ADHD? I thought it certainly could exacerbate the disease in mortals and perhaps antagonize the immortals. ~sarah nean bruce
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Woohoo, More Welcome Wisdom on Writing Well

“I say: be original, clichés belong to others. I seldom use clichés when I write and speak. On the rare occasion, I write clichés or profanity in a character’s dialogue because it reveals their mental acumen and allows me to humorously exorcise the cliché demons. My mother told me people who overuse the same words (e.g., “man”), clichés and profanity showed a lack of knowledge and intelligence.” ~sarah nean bruce
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