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  Before we continue, and in accordance with the United Federation of Planets intergalactic   Rules of Engagement, I am required to disclose that I am a convicted WordSmith, a hard core  Interdisciplinarian, and a habitual user of Metaphors. [1] Which you are now in with me.

Based on having served 30-plus years hard-labor in business and management consulting, five years as a freelance writer, ghost writer and editor, while also researching and writing a series of reasonably successful novels [over 100,000 copies sold based on royalties received in addition to advances], followed by 10 years engaged in an interdisciplinary study of the unconscious mind, creativity and writing, while serving as faculty in the on-ground and online college classroom, I am convinced that you unconsciously, naturally, know how to write.
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And I believe you can write far better than you may think or may have been told otherwise  by well-meaning, but misinformed and misguided, instructors promoting what have proven to be failed 'modern methods of instruction' Albert Einstein warned can 'strangle' our 'holy curiosity of inquiry'. Which Einstein believed 'aside from stimulation, stands mainly in need of freedom'.
For without the freedom to read across the disciplines, to explore, learn and dream, our natural creative potential will 'go to wreck and ruin without fail'. [3]

These failed 'modern methods of instruction' for writing are promoted by
HIVE-MINDED DRONES - BORG! - who are programmed to INDOCTRINATE you and ASSIMILATE you into their mind-numbing COMPOSITION COLLECTIVE. And if you dare to question them or resist them, they will TERMINATE you, instead of engaging you, empowering you and liberating you to learn how to write. 

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1  Beman, D. K. "Book §1.00 Introduction to the Physics of Writing." In Physics of Writing...Dream-Writing...Chaos to Creativity.  (pp. 16-38). 2nd Edition.                                                           WordShop Publications. Physics of Writing Inc. (2016).

2  Beman, D. K. "Donald Knight Beman, Ph.D. Career Experience SnapShot [2014.04] [s] .                                                                                                                                                   

3  Einstein, A. "Autobiographical Notes." (1946). In Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist. (pp. 17-19). P. A. Schilpp, Ed.  Chicago, IL:  Open Court Press. (1970).

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