Monday, May 2, 2011

The Power of Words



Pamela Tracy here. Lately I've been thinking about the power of words. It started with a video I watched at work.






It seems so simple, yet no other passerby thought of it.



Words are my world. I write in the morning, I teach English by day, and if I get a little extra time at night, like steel to a magnet, I'm wanting a book to read.



We authors deal with really only five plots.



Man vrs Man


Man vrs Self


Man vrs Nature


Man vrs Society


Man Vrs Machine




We take what's already been done and try to do it better? differently? No, we do it in our own unique way. That, my friend, is called voice.




11 comments:

Pamela Tracy said...

Thank you, Maryrose. Glad you stopped by.

Rachel said...

Very interesting take on this. I never thought of it that way.

Sheila Deeth said...

Nice. Thanks.

Pamela Tracy said...

Rachel,
The video really made me think about how we approach words.

Pamela Tracy said...

Sheila,
Glad you liked it.

Pamela Tracy said...

Jackie,
I'd never have found the courage to change his sign, not without asking.

J. Graham said...

Loved the Video!

Pamela Tracy said...

J.
Really makes you think, huh?

Ausjenny said...

Oh wow what a difference a few words make. that is soooooooooooooooo powerful.

Pamela Tracy said...

Jenny,
I knew you'd get it.

Pamela Tracy said...

Lady,
There's another breakdown of seven plots, but I can't remember them.
Perspective is, indeed, everything.