A Promethean Soul!

A Promethean Soul! I had to reread this post several times. I, too, feel The Eternal Child, using my imagination is most important to me. Creating whatever is moving me is what makes my soul bring me life, positive or negative emotions that come up during or after I think is, also, part of the satisfaction that you are able to find the inside of you and bring her to the surface. This is a great post worth your time to read. Niamh Clune has written a thought provoking post reading it several times by me I gathered up all the wisdom. I emphasize that my imagination is what makes my life worthwhile. What I am able to create is extremely important to me. Finding one’s self is also important. Living a tortured life may be part of what happens to you before and after the creative process but during, it is what takes you to the hieghts jk

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