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Deep down inside, who do you write for?
 
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I write for my characters who want to live on the outside world as well as in my mind. 


I write for myself. There are many time I use my writing for theraputic reasons. It works when I can put my feelings down in writing. That's exactly what happen with "The evolution to Reality" God gave me that piece. That was one I could NOT have written. 


My Native American brothers and sisters, plus future generations of Native Americans. 


Deep down inside I write for myself. I am trying to break from the habit of writing about characters who are like me, who think like me, who embody who I would want to be if I were living in an alternate universe. I rarely write for others. I tend to write narcissistically. 


In fact I write to sacrifice knowledge to Altecrea in the manifestation of written texts. Altecrea is the Technical Expansion of Krishna during this technocratical time period on this planet. I also write to lay the foundation of a new futuristic religion on this planet, name it as some sort of fundamental ‘Dewanism’, where the way of thinking and believing will work with abstract and philosophical constraints (just like in the mathematical models of Operations Research, ref. Book: Introduction to Operation Research by Frederick S Hiller and Gerald J. Lieberman, sixth edition, 1995) and not by primitive and hateful dogmas or doctrines.

According to the Bhagavad Gita knowledge appears in the spirit of the three gunas, tamo, rajo and satthva, and my texts also have the same appearance or interpretation.

See verse 4.33 out from the Bhagavad Gita as she is:

O chastiser of the enemy, the sacrifice performed in knowledge is better than the mere sacrifice of material possessions. After all, O son of Partha, all sacrifices of work culminate in transcendental knowledge.

Some other thing deep inside me is the desire to become partially immortal, by downloading my mind and memory into hundreds professionally written texts and some unforgettable books during this carmical lifecycle and reincarnation in the body of someone called Waldo Dewanand, born in Surinam in 1966. This desire is linked with my personal egoism and my dream to live forever. I must admit that I am not healthy anymore and that medicines keep me alive, so I will not physically live forever.
 


Myself. Anyone that tells you different is lying.... 


Myself, first and foremost. 


I generally write for the public. i like it when people see them in my characters. 


Whomever I can touch in an inspiritational way. Business wise; I fee that my books and writings help. In the ministry I am interested in showing people how much good they truly have in thier life. Do I also write for myself, of course I do. 


Myself 


For myself and the audience. 


Depends on the project. Sometimes, I think I need to convey some of the knowledge that I have aquired. All the journalistic and PR stuff that I have done had set parameters, so there was no emotional attachment.
My Plevitskaya book, which is my main work, was written for an Anglo reader. I want people to understand what I have to say, so I adapted my style to novel writing. I have a dialogue with my reader, but I cannot foresee who that might be.
 


I write for me, but I hope to inspire others. 


I write for the youth, and even teenagers. 


Myself 



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