From Muse to Reality

Fiction, Politics and Essays

Then and Now 2014

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Author: Minnie E. Miller

Author and Mz Minerva Publishing--Minnie Estelle Miller founder. I have spent years in politics in Chicago as a 20-something, wide eyed lady. And later in Los Angeles, San Francisco and finally back to Chicago. As a retiree, my days are filled with creative writing and posting on writing groups. I am still working on my memoir, don't go on Facebook or other social media. I truly believe that social media as we know it today is going to implode one day in the future. My WordPress acct. is https://msminerva.wordpress.com email is minniemiller247@gmail.com

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  1. I have discovered the cost of spiritual creativity. Mind you, by “spiritual” I don’t mean payment to your own understanding of a higher being. Rather, it refers to the center of us all. The core of light that exudes from us higher mammals that for some reason, some of these bipedal mobiles refuse to acknowledge and participate in. The cost is dual; acquiescence and public recognition. One must first acquiesce to the mental clamor of creativity that will not be silenced until it is allowed to be birthed forth like a screaming baby taking its first breath of this polluted air. And much like that new person who has been freed from its womb, when creativity is allowed to be freed from the human prison that is the mind, suddenly our privacy is busted open and we are exposed in all our glorious mental nudity for all the world to view and study.

    Mark McKeller (The Mac), BSc, BBA, Summa cum Laude, ΣΛΦ

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