Margaret Atwood and her fundamental truths! Bravo. Her line reminds me of a koan or a guru’s meditation. It’s all there. A great engine. It works for novels, comics, revolutions, and prayers, shopping lists, New Year’s resolutions, condolences, thank-you’s, and manifestos, poems, recipes, confessions. Word, word, word. Yes.
I like your list – especially adding the shopping lists and confessions. We have to talk soon!
Can you interpret that for us science geeks and doctors who don’t have the literary finesse to do it for ourselves?
Ha, ha Doc! Words have power (to heal, to hurt, to kill, to revive). “The pen is mightier than the sword” (penned by Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839). Writing is power, doncha know!
Words give us our reality!
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