Sonny’s greatest challenger, heart disease.

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    • An exercise you can use is to just write for three minutes without any attachment. Use the fifteen minutes that you struggle trying to write, and break it up into three minute blocks. And just write without caring. Writing is like anything, the more you do it, the easier it gets. Try doing this once or twice a day. Don’t look at it, just write for three minutes without stopping. And don’t judge the result. The more you do this exercise, the more you will not think when you write, but feel what you are writing. This will help you to write what you see, and not what you think you see. It also is important to read books that you are interested in. And books that you are not interested in. Also, use books as a reference to help you to spark new ideas. Do your best to write about things that you are passionate about or what interest you. Carry a diary around and write about what you experience, smell, see, feel, and discover. It is important not to judge yourself for not being able to write. Sometimes those moments where you cannot write, are those moments where you are not listening to how you breath, in other words those are places where there are not supposed to words there. That breath , that silence, that will later become the written pauses, in between each sentence or word in your manuscript. There is no such thing as writers block in my opinion. Only feelings you have yet to feel or face. Art is funny, sometimes you might just write about something and wonder what that was all about. And later realize that what you have written fits into a bigger piece of work later. Sometimes you might just have the beginning of a play with no end. Or the end of the story before you have the beginning. The more you are able to embrace your humanity, the better writer you will be. It is also important to live life to the fullest, so that you can have something to write about.

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    • Writing is an expression of you. There is no clearing of your head necessary. Just write about what you experience every day. Don’t clear your thoughts. Write those unclear thoughts down. They are real. When you see a blade of grass blowing in the wind, you don’t think about it. You just see it. Write what see, feel, hear, and experience, with clarity and honesty.

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