In college earning my Master’s, I took a class on statistics. I’m not a “numbers” kind of person, or so I thought, until I took this class. I realized just how much numbers can tell a person about almost any subject. I also learned that randomness is rarely achieved even though it is a difficult, but highly prized, state for researchers to attain in order to garner objectiveness in research.
Randomness can spark an inferno in a writer’s creativeness.
I wish I had saved a blog post written by the Christian author, Brandilyn Collins decades ago. She wrote a most intriguing post about driving home and seeing a Burger King wrapper tumble across the road in front of her car. Read more “And now for something completely different…”