I found this great observation from Diana Ossana, an American, Academy-Award winning, writer.
“Emotional truths can sometimes be conveyed more effectively, more compellingly, through fiction.”
Profound and oh, so true.
Charlie: Sunday 31 August, 10.33am I can smell the blood. It is all that I can smell. It coats my nostrils, my lungs, it stains the inside of my throat. It is on me. It covers my hands, has turned my white blouse crimson, and I do not know how much of it is mine, […]
One wonders what would happen in a society in which there were no rules to break. Doubtless everyone would quickly die of boredom.