Conventional Wisdom

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Today The Daily Post had a Discover Challenge called Conventional Wisdom, and this is what is said:

This week, write a post that goes against the conventional wisdom — reinterpret something for us.

Tell us about your unconventional views.

Help us to see an old story in a new light.

You could:

Write about a cliché you’ve never agreed with.

Give us your interpretation of a book, film, poem, or song you understand differently than most people.

Take a photo of something most folks find boring or unattractive, and show us its unappreciated beauty.

Create a sketch that reimagines a classic story.

Challenge us! Push us to think of the world — read a story, see a photo, hear a song — in a way we might never have thought of.

To help other participants and new fans find your response in the Reader, tag your post #DiscoverWP.

Not sure how to add a tag? Learn more.

And this is my response:

Last year on my computer I found an old text file of a rough draft that I made years ago for my Windows Live Spaces blog.

It was of my incomplete weird crazy personal interpretation that I made during one of my lonely depressive periods of a Japanese original video animation (OVA) called Angel’s Egg by Mamoru Oshii and Yoshitaka Amano:

Here is my post that I made about this last year called Angel’s Egg (John Jr’s Personal Interpretation):

https://johnjronline.wordpress.com/2016/05/02/september-16-2009-may-2-2016-miscellaneous-angels-egg-john-jrs-personal-interpretation/

The above link will take you to my post about it, and there you can read the rough draft that I found of my crazy and weird personal interpretation of Angel’s Egg; and you can watch the YouTube video to see Angel’s Egg for yourself.

The post in the link above will be used for my response to today’s Discover Challenge.

The end,

-John Jr

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