By on October 18, 2017

I am only a woman. I learned to write from Henry David Thoreau, William Shakespeare, Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Wordsworth, Keats, Shelby, Byron, Browning, General George Washington and other Founding Fathers; but, Jane Austen inspired men to make Motion Picture masterpieces based upon her wonderful characters, and I watched them along with many other movies, classic and otherwise, allowing all of the visuals and interpretations of creative thought to inundate my mind and heart over the years, all inspired by writing indeed, yet filtered through countless acts of appreciation as well.

I remember feeling a bit strange after I matured that I was mimicking the behavior of men in writing poetry; nevertheless, we were expected to gain an education and to use it, whereas women hadn't before the Industrial Revolution, the invention of the automobile in particular. Without ease in transportation, women don't stand up to the deeds of men. They dress well to have a good address, they exhibit good manners to live in a nice manor, they submit to gentlemen to be considered gentile.

Consider the modern man and woman within the confines of machinery, and you have only about a century of evolutionary growth toward likeness in character. I've found men easily put off by us and without hope that we may have something special to offer should it not appear immediately in physical appearance and finances. Writing only romantic fantasies is a tempting concept, but to study the human condition, and to write individual characters with regard to all we see and appreciate in life, as students of expression and communicative endeavor, to form contrast and opinion is to create social understanding.

To me, humor is to say 'Jim Carrey Gold's Gym.'


to see Jim Carrey impersonating Latka ..

Precious gemstones in entertainment history are derived from great thinkers, whether they became play wrights, novelists, poets or philosophers. The thinkers themselves are characters. We love mentioning Albert Einstein. Who is the most famous actress in Motion Picture film history? Who did God create first, and why do you think of a comedian now? The human sense of humor is actually necessary to overcome great evil.

The Holy Bible, the book of JOSHUA before JUDGES. (KJV) Chapter 1 [1] Now after the death of Moses the servant of the LORD it came to pass, that the LORD spake unto Joshua the son of Nun, Moses' minister, saying, [2] Moses my servant is dead; now therefore arise, go over this Jordan, thou, and all this people, unto the land which I do give to them, even to the children of Israel.

Jesus, Mary and Joking son of none. Laughter is a response to surprise.

From The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri  -- “The day that man allows true love to appear, those things which are well made will fall into confusion and will overturn everything we believe to be right and true.” 

Falling in love doesn't happen because someone makes you proud in the public eye. Pride before the fall happens. Everything in life that you've pursued has been in order to better yourself and to make you feel accomplished, pleasing the expectations of others, and of those who guided you, until someone truly special appears who cannot be forgotten, but who effects you in a permanent way due to their irreplaceable substance, their character.

Whether serious or comic or in contrast toward one another, every unique person in our world has the effect of making us feel better about ourselves somehow, in that we sense a kind of a mirror in our thoughts that appears so subtly, we seldom consider it. Appreciate differences and you enjoy who you are.


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