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

Based on having served 30-plus years in business Writing for My Supper, [1] five
                            years researching and writing a trilogy of top-selling novels, followed by a decade-long                                                          study of 'the unconscious' mind, 'creativity' and the 'physics of writing' (while serving                              as college faculty), I am convinced that you unconsciously know how to write.
 [2]

  And I believe you are capable of writing far better than you may think or may have  
                           been told otherwise by 'misguided' and 'misinformed'
 [3] instructors - BORG!​ - promoting                                                        failed 'modern methods of instruction' Albert Einstein believed can 'strangle' our 'holy                                 curiosity of inquiry'. Which 'aside from stimulation stands mainly in need of freedom'. [4]


                                                    [1]  "Sing For Your Supper." In The Boys from Syracuse. (1938). Lorenz Hart (writer) and Richard Rogers (composer).                                                                                                                                        (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sing_for_Your_Supper).                                                                                                                                                                                                                    [2]  Beman, D. K. "§1.00 Introduction to the Physics of Writing."  In Physics of Writing 3rd Edition (pp 19-44) WordShop Publications. (2018).                                           [3]  Adler, M. J. (n.d.). "Teaching, Learning, and Their Counterfeits." In The Great Ideas Online. Center for the Study of the Great Ideas
           [4]  Einstein, A. "Autobiographical Notes." In Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist. (pp.17-19). P. A. Schillip, Ed. IL: Open Court Press. (1946).​​​