Stephen Colbert also shared the answer he gave after his son once asked him about hell.
“If God is love, then hell is the absence of God’s love … can you imagine how great it is to be loved fully, to be loved totally, to be loved … beyond your ability to imagine it?” he recalled asking his son. “And imagine if you knew that that was a possibility — and then that was taken from you and know that you would never be loved.”
Colbert continued, “Well, that’s hell — to be alone and know what you’ve lost. And that was the best I could do.”
As much as there are applications making this a less painful process, it still just sucks the productivity out of you…
Stranded at SFO and I’ve strangely found myself here… (at San Francisco International Airport (SFO))
Put together this letterhead really quickly for my mom.
Thought it was a cute idea so I wanted to share hahah. I’d been wrangling with an identity for her for some time, so landing on this this single black bar piano key inspiration brought a sigh of relief/giddyness.
Pretty lame and really unfinished but it’ll do for now #mvp
Can you describe briefly your process as a writer of how you would turn a germ of inspiration into a gem of an idea?
Steven King said every great story comes from the sentence ‘Wouldn’t it be funny if…’ and I think that’s very true. Experience strained through imagination is the way to go.