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The Blog of Scott Hansen » Overcoming Creative Block The Blog of Scott Hansen » Overcoming Creative Block I do not know what to write. I am sitting here staring at the screen, running sentences in my head, and turning my music on and off. Earlier I went foraging for food (in hopes of sparking some magical words), but ended up getting distracted by Arrested Development for 20 minutes. This happens just about every time I sit down to do anything. I’ll probably go play the guitar between this paragraph and the next. Of course this is a familiar situation.
TANUKI 狸・貍, MUJINA 狢・貉, MAMI 猯・貒Magical Fox-Like Dog with Shape-Shifting PowersTrickster & Spook, Originally Evil, Now BenevolentModern-Day Icon of Generosity, Cheer, and ProsperityFound Often Outside Japanese Bars & RestaurantsMost Images Can be Enlarged by ClickingORIGIN = Chinese Fox Lore + Japanese Accretions OverviewThe magical shape-shifting Tanuki is clearly a composite creature. The original evil parts come from old China and its fox lore (introduced to Japan between the 4th-7th centuries CE). The newer tamer parts, such as the big belly, belly drumming, giant scrotum, and sake bottle can be traced to late Edo-era Japan (18th-19th centuries), while the commercialized benevolent parts (promissory note, straw hat) emerged in Japanese artwork around the beginning of the 20th century. Tanuki - Japanese God of Restauranteers, Japanese Buddhism & Shintoism Photo Dictionary Tanuki - Japanese God of Restauranteers, Japanese Buddhism & Shintoism Photo Dictionary
Favorite Quotes Favorite Quotes Here you can browse the collection of best quotes I’ve been gathering for more than a decade (current total of over 500). There’s also a downloadable CSV file (58 KB) available. The third-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking with the majority.
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