One of the things I love about the book Anchor is the way he writes about his process. He has a lot of detail and thought put into each and every detail. I think this is one of the reasons I really like the book. The focus is in one place: the work itself. When I walk through the book I can’t help but think about how much I have learned from this work.
I am pretty sure I have learned a lot from this, too. I was very pleased to learn how you approach your work.
Anchor says that writing is a process of thinking about what you want to say and how to say it. The fact of the matter is, I think you have to think about what you want to say in the first place. A lot of the time I feel like I always write the same thing and I get really frustrated because I don’t have anything original to say.
Anchor says the key to writing is to write something that is both beautiful and original. You have to be thinking about what you want to say and not just saying it because you think it’s the only way to articulate it.
Anchor Omkar is a great example of this principle. He’s a guy who has lost his memories and is trapped in an old man’s mansion. He thinks he’s been living with his family for years, but he’s really been living with his old man. He’s a ghost and he can’t get out, so he has no choice but to live with his old man.
An interesting concept, and certainly an issue we’d like to see addressed in real life. This problem is exacerbated when the person who is trying to communicate with you is an alien, because the best way to do that is to make sure you are talking to the right person. (In other words, if you are speaking to a space alien, don’t tell everyone he’s your neighbor.
Anchor Omkar is an example of what I mean by a ghost. At the end of the trailer, Omkar says he is “not a ghost,” which is an important qualifier because the term “ghost” is not always a good choice of words.