Welcome to the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers)
- Chapter 2 of ‘Almira‘ will be coming out this weekend. Due to technical difficulties on the site where I wrote the Serial: ‘Blogdominion’, I’ve not yet been able to post Chapters of Almira on that site. I have a wordpress site (click here to go there) for the story. If anything, I appreciate the Readers of Blogdominion, (and now), Almira. Last weekend, I sent links to Chapter 1 to those of you who followed Blogdominion. Of course, anyone can sign up at the blog and have new posts sent to them as they are published. Or, if you’d prefer a more…personal touch, write a comment and I’ll send you the link.
- the Wakefield Doctrine is a very useful perspective on life, self and ‘reality’ for those of us out to self-improve ourselfs. And it’s fun! It’s been proven that, with the studious, industrious, assiduous, meticulous and totally determined application of the principles contained and inherent in out little personality theory, you can change things about yourself that have resisted change, you can improve things about yourself, (provided you feel the need, desire and hope to) that you have only dreamt of and you don’t have to do anything more than add a single, additional, perspective to how you see and interact and respond to the world today. No, really! It’s that much fun, that simple and way cooler than I can present here, on these pages. Give it a try!
“Sometimes, I wonder about my writing. I keep on and on because…” (Feel free to adapt the sentence to) “I write because…” (or) “I wonder why I write…
I surely would not be here, had I not decided to write a blog. While a fairly self-effacing statement*, I mean it to imply, that here, today, writing this Post is part and parcel with the explanation/illustration/demonstration of why I write. To paraphrase a favorite dead person famous statement, ‘I blog therefore I am‘
the previous written Thursday evening, the following written Friday (and therefore, technically the actual Finish to the Sentence), morning:
So, now that I’ve had some time to think about the prompt, my response takes a slightly different form**, form not content. The simplest ‘finish’ to this Friday Sentence would be “…because that is where my heart was hiding”.
Thanks virtual and/or imaginary people and friends!
* a rogerian expression of my own construct, surely not as potent as one from a roger, it’s fun. To read all about rogerian expressions, go to rogers
** different from my Reply to Kristi’s Post…last night…late last night (lol…)