Two Hundred Fifty

Question your own motives. Don’t accept easy answers. Argue against your own positions and win. Believe in things you cannot accept, ideas anathema to everything rational in your brain. If you can do these things, you can tell stories that must be told. If you can’t, you are not a story-teller. You are not an educator. You are not a thought-provoker; as a writer, you are an impostor whose grandest contribution to the world in which you live is the ego you stoke with lies.

About John Swinburn

"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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