Creating or Destroying?

Conversation Exchange: Creating or Destroying



I welcome you to share your thoughts and views—
while the topic is broad, feel free to be specific or general with your conversation.
I look forward to your considerations.

~ Roman Newell



Graphic Compositions
by: Darlene Carroll


Graphic work can not be accomplished without the incredible resources made available to this Author and his team. THANK YOU to the following artists for the gift of their artistry and generosity in sharing their beautiful artwork, photography, and fonts.

Background Imagery
o. Chenspec — Pixabay
o. Anna Aspnes

The CAVE — Blog Mailing List

Yes Plz!! I want more!!
No fucking censorship! Transport me to The Cave’s blog mailing list. Subscribing hooks me up with exclusive written content | poetry | writing tips and more each time Roman posts.


Responses

Leave a Reply

  1. I think it’s easier to create! To be human is to live, breathe, walk, think thoughts. Every action you take creates a ripple in the path of history, in someone else’s sphere, whether you like it or not. Whether you intend it or not, you create. Sometimes it’s distasteful, other times inspirational, maybe you tamp down a nasty thought – but it is still of your creation. Everything you do – and don’t do – creates an effect! Therefore, you matter.

    1. Kim, I love this answer! I totally agree! To live is to experience and to experience is, by definition, to create! The very act of acting, living, experiencing the world around us is creation! Fucking powerful thought, isn’t it?

  2. Sadly, I think people better at destroying things. It takes thought and passion to create.
    There’s no thought attached to destroying something. Those who destroy about anything but themselves.

    1. Melinda, another way of looking at this discussion, right? I think a lot of people just want to destroy out of negativity, but even in the destruction there is renewal, as if life refuses to die, life will find a way to persist. So crazy.

Discover more from Roman Newell

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading