Firstly , NO!
Everything has not been done, thought of or invented already.
Ball that notion up and toss it over your shoulder like yesterday’s news.
We are only misguided to accept such atrocities as truth because inspiration and creativity are fleeting uncertainties.
Originality breeds the best results. If it’s not “organic” don’t output it.
Plant a seed and let it grow. Water it, give it sunlight and watch it spring forth with the greatness of its contents. Seeds come in varying formats; some are musically wrapped, literarily wrapped, some contain drama, voice, dance, jokes, science, technology, art, history even.
The trick is to not let labels become you. Remember who you are. Realize that you make your niche in the world special. Your style is more than unique; it is the epitome of your soul. The physical joint that behooves you to reach out into the world and grab what is yours and take it to the next level.
If it’s not organic it’s better to keep it inside. For the world has enough retweets, reblogs, re quotes, repeats, restatements and rephrasing.
How about the created phrase that goes, “let it out before it sores and blows and breeds a spawn of words untold” – Gervanna Stephens.
One also has to remember that society defines what is deemed relevant, necessary and socially acceptable in life. It’s a sin we all have to bear. A cross burdened upon our shoulders that reflects humanity, colours personality and stains character.
Be organic. Let yourself grow. Let yourself out of the box. Be free of your chains.
Shrug off those who seek only to gain from you. And make every day a living genuine breath of organics.
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