I have been told I should read "the Artist's Way", by not one, not two but three people, who incidentally, don't know each other. You don't have to hit me over the head. I got it now. Either this is a really good book or I really need it. I can't tell you as yet, because when I ordered the book in a well-known, very large book shop in downtown Basel, they said the English version could take a few weeks to get delivered. Now they sent me a notice that said the English version is un-deliverable at the moment. I don't know how long a moment is in the Swiss German speaking world, so I am left to speculation about what the book is actually about: I have an inkling that this book covers the spiritual side of the flowing energies of creativity, helps us to tap into them and thank the powers that be as we shed our fears of being creative and as life would have it, lessons are learned only when we are ready, but we could tweak them a bit. I got that from skimming the German version, but it could be totally off.
So today, my point: a lesson is actually much easier to learn when I have already internalized it, in fact when I have already actually learned it. And then I just need some time, a person's wise words or a book's gentle way of opening a world to me, it makes no difference if it is fiction, non-fiction or science-fiction. Because actually we know our lessons. Sometimes of course one does need to be hit over the head and jump into the pool of fears.
Yours, with life-vest on,