Collective Breath – Episode 28 – 1/17/21 – Transcript

COLLECTIVE BREATH – Episode: 28

Week of Sunday, January 17th, 2021

Number of people attending Facebook (personal portion):

Number of people attending Zoom Meet (group portion):

Introduction:

According to Cambridge Dictionary

transition

noun [ C/U ]

US /trænˈzɪʃ·ən/

the process of changing, or a change from one form or condition to another:

A transcript of this segment and each subsequent session will be posted (for anyone interested) at http://www.sidewayseight.co which is my main outlet for personal poetry and photography: Sideways Eight Projects.

Also, according to Cambridge Dictionary

A transition is also a link between ideas or sections in a work of literature or music.

changes, which may be social, legal, or medical, that lead to someone living their life as a person of a different gender to the one they were said to have at birth:

Hello fantastic people! My name is Jesse James Ziegler. I am the current Poet in Residence for the Bruka Theatre of the Sierra in Reno, Nevada. I am an active poet, special event MC, principle photographer, special event series host, and now weekly wellness writing workshop host in collaboration with Spoken Views Collective of which I am also a Board Member.

This Weeks Writing Prompt:

This week’s Prompt : Write on the topic of ‘Transition’

According to https://sentencedict.com/transition.html

Synonym: 

change

conversion

transfer

transformation

Transition in a sentence

1 The health-care system is in transition at the moment.

2 The transition from a totalitarian state to a free country will be long and slow.

3 The transition to a multi-party democracy is proving to be difficult.

4 Adolescence is the period of transition between childhood and adulthood.

5 The negotiators hoped to effect a smooth transition to an interim administration.

I want for this podcast style personal portion to contain information about famous writers and their quotes as well as, futuristically speaking, local guests to this program who help everyone involved gain a diversity of perspective and positively impact our individual process.

Quote(s) of the Week:(5)

“Transitions in life can offer opportunities for discovery.” — Robbie Shell

“Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome.” — Isaac Asimov

“Look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else.” — Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

“Light precedes every transition. Whether at the end of a tunnel, through a crack in the door or the flash of an idea, it is always there, heralding a new beginning.” — Teresa Tsalaky

“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” — George Bernard Shaw

I’m hoping this sharing and vulnerability I’m demonstrating will encourage others who love creative writing as well to open up, by sharing from their innermost, related to the topic provided. I’m hoping we all gain perspective, compassion, hope, and discipline through such organized sharing.

Transition (linguistics)

A transition or linking word is a word or phrase that shows the relationship between paragraphs or sections of a text or speech.[1] Transitions provide greater cohesion by making it more explicit or signaling how ideas relate to one another.[1] Transitions are “bridges” that “carry a reader from section to section.”[1] Transitions guide a reader through steps of logic, increments of time, or through physical space. Transitions “…connect words and ideas so that your readers don’t have to do the mental work for you.”[2] — Wikipedia

Piece or Pieces of the Week: (1)

It gets better

For further personal reading

17 Inspiring Quotes

https://www.inc.com/peter-economy/17-inspiring-quotes-that-will-have-you-embracing-major-life-transitions.html

Read more: https://www.wisesayings.com/transition-quotes/#ixzz6jorYMCmQ

Read more: https://www.wisesayings.com/transition-quotes/#ixzz6joqhF8bn

Next Week’s Writing Prompt:

Which will also be posted across Collective Breath and Bruka Theatre’s social media platforms: Write about two people who just can’t seem to understand each other, no matter how clearly they think they’re speaking.

https://blog.reedsy.com/creative-writing-prompts/

Closing Sentiments and an Invitation

That’s it for my personal portion. If this is where you get off this train of thought, because you checked in to listen, thank you for tuning in and absorbing. I appreciate your time and consideration. If you are here for the Weekly Wellness Writing Workshop group portion via Zoom Meeting, please transition to that application now using the link provided in the details/description section of the ‘Collective Breath’ Bruka Theatre Facebook Event Page. The link is also in the bio section of the Collective Breath Instagram page @biggestlittlecollectivebreath

“Life must be a preparation for the transition to another dimension.” — Terence McKenna

Keep writing. Keep your heart open and your mind aware. Keep coming back for more. Keep going. Keep giving. Keep doing. Keep daring to believe in a better way of living. Keep loving and creating. Keep each other safe and sound. Keep it real, and keep the faith. I love you. Goodbye for now.

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