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Bananax England and SealandBananax England and Sealand in Scraps
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Small sunlight rays danced over my skin, leaving a warm sensation. I was lying in a shady, yet warm place alongside apples and neatly packed sandwiches. I was being carried by someone small, I could tell, as the steps were short and the hand carrying the backed whimsically swinged it back and forth, back and forth.
- Hi! the boy shouted while dragging the 'i'
- Hello, Peter. An older male replied. The basked was wiggling, as Peter seemed excited seeing the one he was meeting.
- Arthur! I made a lunch. The boy took the basket up in a hasty swing. I jumped a little.
- Okay, let's have it then. Arthur replied with a smile in his voice.
The basked was put down and Peter opened it. I finally saw the sky it was stretching blue over us, and yes, it was sea resounding closely. I breathed in the salty air, still hoping it wouldn't make me taste like that. I saw two faces from where I was lying one was familiar P
JudgingOne thing you need to understand about humans is that there are as many truths as there are humans. Fact is universally true and fact can’t be judged, but humans don’t take it as a fact, they judge it, transform it into words, into abstract symbols, give it their own shade of color and then the fact becomes their own truth.Judging in Scraps
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As a simple example – Imagine a boy with scissors in hand, cutting a flower. Now, draw it, make a scene out of it, is it a positive or negative image. What expression is the boy having? What color are his eyes? What kind of flower it is?
The sentence: ‘’Imagine a boy with scissors in hand, cutting a flower’’ is the only fact you had, but when you imagined it, you gave it emotion, you created a mood and there was probably a reason that boy cut the flower in your image. What was it? It was fairly easy, wasn’t it? Maybe a whole lot easier than making an expressionless stickman with a symbolic flower and scissors in hand,