Each sentence serves a specific purpose.
Each sentence joins logically to the next.
The best sentences are ideas.
Start with an incontestable beginning.
Finish with an emotive summational ending.
Connect facts with abstractions.
Write with rhythm.
Use fundamental words like love or hope.
Mix fundamental words with uncommon words,
creating new notions connected to fundamental neural effectors.
For example, nuanced love or eviscerated hope.
Be random sometimes: see I just wrote dickhead.
Sentences and words are algorithmic and logical when
described events or systems.
Everything else is intangible.
Sometimes lying is noble invention.
Sometime truth telling is destruction.
Language limits human thinking.
Invent something better.
- Guy Lewis.
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