The Most Hazardous Craft



Writing, if it is done seriously, is dangerous. Any time the imaginative forces of the mind are released and given free rein (and they have to be given free rein or they do not work) there is a danger, because the imagination leads into the exploration of new worlds. The author concludes that creative writing is a way of expression not to be withheld from even the most devout Mormon. If the faith is real and based on genuine conversion to principle, and if one survives the hazards and delves to the richest and deepest sources of being, there will be no loss, but rather an enhancement—in the discovery of that deeper self in the context of the deeper truth.



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