A Lesson by Jewel Ailiyah-Celeste Lanmont
When you are done with finding a message - what do you do next? Find ideas... But how?
you found out your message, now what?
This might take several
days: finding ideas to express the message. Or this might just spark
in your mind in one second, matters on your creativity.
takes longer, then this is what you should do:
Lay the message
aside and think of life situations you've been through that are
relevant to the message. Write those ideas down in your small
notebook you should have near you all the time. Then, wait two to
three days and do the same. Throughout these three days, look at what
is going on around you and remember the message you want to express
in writing. When you get an idea, write it down in your small, handy
notebook. On the third day, look at your ideas and maybe you could
connect them in such a way so that you could show the message without
telling it. You don't have to connect all of the ideas, just
two or three would be enough.
Sometimes you could do this step
before the first step - choosing the message. Then, you could do this
first, and after choosing the ideas - the message could show up on
"Crazy Girl": I thought about
the theme I was given: books. After that, I chose the message and
waited three days. This is so that I could gather ideas. Happily, it
I only gathered ideas when I didn't have writer's block - a very
annoying "sickness", don't you think!
P.P.S: And, when
my mind wasn't tired and was fresh.
Added on December 28, 2009
Last Updated on January 1, 2010
Jewel Ailiyah-Celeste Lanmont
Hello World! I'm Jewel and really like to write. My other favorite things to do is: horseback ride, read, learn about animals, play piano and hang out with my baby brother who is super cute! I want to..