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June 11, 2012


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Amanda Socci

Kiril: I admire the courage and strength you've shown in discovering your writing roots.

You have discussed self-doubt and wonder whether others have enjoyed your writing.

I have found a similar path as you, declaring myself an actual writer for the first time at the age of 40, which is one of the reasons why you and your particular brand of creativity resonate with me.

Well done.


> I have to run with the notion that there is no-one
> else like me on the net, doing the type of blogging
> and creative writing, exactly as I do.

What we find in ourselves is what most of us look for.
"Being the same as" will actually get more attention than
"this is different."

Things are rarely as they appear.

Whatever we think we are, it's perhaps even more
likely that the opposite is true. Try to see the flip side
of every opinion and assessment.

We rarely see who we are because who we are is what
we view the world from.

Bottom line: pay as much attention to "I am different
from" as you do to "I am the same as."

And remember that you don't have an identity as
much as your identity has you. And "identity" resists

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