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Before we continue, and in accordance with the 
Master WordSmith Guild  Code of Ethics,
I am required to disclose that I am a convicted WordSmith --- a repeat offender! --- a hard
core Interdisciplinarian and a habitual user of Metaphors. Which you are now in with me.


Based on having served 30 years hard-labor in business and management consulting,
five years researching and writing a series of successful novels [over 100,000 copies sold,
based on royalties received], followed by a decade-long interdisciplinary study of the
'unconscious', 'creativity' and 'physics of writing' (while also serving as college faculty),

I am convinced that you ..... that we all ..... unconsciously know how to write. [1]

And I believe you may be able to write far better than you may think or may have
been told otherwise by well meaning, but 'misguided' and 'misinformed' instructors
 [2
promoting failed 'modern methods of instruction'. Methods of instruction Albert Einstein
was convinced 'strangle' our 'holy curiosity of inquiry'. Which Einstein believed 'aside from
stimulation, stands mainly in need of freedom'. For without the freedom to read across
the disciplines ..... science - literature - engineering - art ..... to explore, know and
dream, our natural innate creative potential will 'go to wreck and ruin without fail'
. [3]​​

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[​​1]  Beman, D. K. "§1.00 Introduction to the Physics of Writing." (pp 19-40). Physics of Writing...Dream...Chaos to                                                       Creativity. 3rd Edition. 2018.
[2]  Adler, M. J. (n.d.). "Teaching, Learning, and Their Counterfeits." In The Great Ideas Online. Center for the Study
       of the Great Ideas.  M. Weismann, Editor. [https://bit.ly/2E9OpXg].
[3]  Einstein, A. "Autobiographical Notes." In Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist. (pp.17-19). P. A. Schillip, Ed. IL:
       Open Court Press. (1946).​