Call me foolish, but I realized today how much I’m under-utilizing google images.
Sure, I google things all the time. But I don’t click over to the images tab often. When I do, it’s for a specific task i.e. “I need a picture of a fish-monster-thingy for this super specific thing I’m working on”
However, when I’m writing, I’ve found myself just google-imaging things just to get my mind going, with no particular agenda, just to explore. And without fail, I always find what I’m looking for. Something that sparks an idea.
Need inspiration? Don’t just google it. Google image that shit.
To some, I suppose this is obvious, but I’ve been known to be quite dense at times.
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Call me morbid, but I hope my funeral will be this festive. I believe we should always find a reason to laugh…no matter the circumstances. Because finding humor, especially in the darkest places, is inherently cathartic…something distinctly human.
Again, Tragedy is the imitation of an action; and an action implies personal agents, who necessarily possess certain distinctive qualities both of character and thought; for it is by these that we qualify actions themselves, and these—thought and character—are the two natural causes from which actions spring, and on actions again all success or failure depends. Hence, the Plot is the imitation of the action: for by plot I here mean the arrangement of the incidents.