I just couldn’t write a meaningful paragraph that I could call literature.I kept asking what triggered the draught and only came to an event that at that time I saw as a coincidence. At the end of 1998, I was a member of Friends of Merril Collection, a Science-Fiction collection of more than 50,000 items of books, artwork, comics, etc. I was organizing reading events with accomplished writers. Terry Goodkind was one of them. I remembered walking to him to sign a book for me and asking him at what age he started writing. “At 45,” he replied. The first thought that crossed my mind was “that old!!!” Looking back, and filtering that event and my reaction, through the years of reading about thought-intention/ word-vibration, I didn’t think it was a coincidence that I had stopped writing Science-Fiction. I had generated a self-imposed punishable thought that stayed with me for 19 years. I was released from it when I turned 45 years old, almost to the dot. This is when I got my mojo back. Do you still think it was a coincidence? Be very careful what you think and what you say. The damage could run way beyond our existing physical life and follow us into the next. Until next time, with Love & Gratitude, Claudiu