It’s probably most inappropriate to say that writing’s about the privileged as its likely the farthest thing from
the truth that anybody should care to imagine. While the fruitfulness of our creativity may have started or began to evolve
from the challenges of a bedazzled world of "crazed or inventive phobics" or superstitious falsehoods attempting to demand
or replenish with imagery that which only 'Mother Nature' has found to have accomplished in all the wisdom of the Universe.
That the greater purposefulness of our eventfulness can be found in the sharing of our ideals or the challenges of a fulfillment
that’s in the learning of a creativeness that can be brought about through the productivity of a greater tomorrow, or
the fruitfulness of all through better education. Thus allowing that learning’s an experience while writing is an expression
of that experience. . .