My grasp of the English language is not so great, that I do not struggle for the want of a new word at times. I have often throughout my writing wished a word could be real so I would not have to rework my sentence to accommodate something known. For
example, ‘Som furyied? furied? at him…” I should have been able to use that new word which is not a word, but my online dictionary will not agree.
My father still hassles me for a new ‘Maori word’ he says I made up as
a child. Everything was ‘more funner’ to me, and I could not understand why it simply was not allowed.
Do you think it may be possible to write our own words in our book of life, ones that simply are not in the dictionary?
at times I have seen people live in a certain way that is daring and bold and unusual, only to be rejected by the mass of society for their unconventional placing. Are literary rules made to be broken by experts only? I think so.
I think that for a
sentence to be powerful and full of life changing meaning, each word must be correctly fore-run, or backed, or anchoring what it is surrounded by.
We need to do this in life as lovers of God. There is room in the story for words of every different type,
but to make the message beam out clearly, we need to work them together into the best read imaginable!
Be patient as I reword my story to make you feel loads of emotions, and like Brew as though he was your best friend, and cut the plain dialogue of
preaching without showing. It is all the same in life isn’t it? We all fall for the same traps of ease, to get the message across, but if we put in the 99% of hard work behind the 1% great idea, then God will be able to shine.
No more preaching
from me. I will show you.