Interesting...and in all your writing, one might find a character that is a misfit among misfits, an undermined soul only searching for validity and willing only to compromise in order that they may be viewed from That Place. You know the Place I'm talking about, heb? It's a Place that you mentioned herein. It's Authenticity. I mean, if we're not careful, our true and authentic selves may spill out from the very core of us and onto the paper. Oh. You say, "But they are not like that really." But I say, "Absolutely they are." The mouth screams. The soul speaks. But the spirit...the spirit whispers, heb. (See the story of David hiding in a cave from King Saul, who was trying to kill him. David was anointed to be Saul's successor to the throne, but in the meantime David played beautiful music on the harp for Saul, and since David had a heart for God he didn't want to attack Saul. God sent three things to speak to David, but when he heard Him, it was in the whisper of the wind.) And I believe what we read, what happens when we see on paper or screen, is the spirit whispering of goodness, mercy, grace, and peace. It may be only that those things are what we are declaring over our lives as we write our hopes and dreams, fascinations and expectations, but declaring goodness over one's life has the propensity to affect it in a most profound way.
Let us speak with authority the good things He hath prepared for us.
"Out of the mouth the heart speaks." -Proverbs
"As a man thinketh, so is he." -Proverbs
"You can't keep a good man down." -Some song by some artist.
"You can gather whatever evidence you feel is necessary, but if the narrative does not fit the character, if you have the M and the O but not the other M, what good is your character assasination?" -Me
No. You must have all three to make a case and without motive there is no case.
Thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you for sharing.