The two protagonists, Shinto and Nadi, were created to reflect the two sides to each of us. We are both student and teacher. It’s as though every possibility already exists inside of us but in spite of this, we live completely oblivious to how simple and sweet life is.
So, obviously the book is following a certain track, a track I cannot derail from. Apparently, that’s a no no when writing a book. However, I found that the urge to derail got stronger and stronger as Shinto and Nadi began to take on a life of their own. Somehow, it was as though ‘I’ wasn’t writing anymore. Shinto and Nadi would appear and start dictating. On a side note, I’m not delusional, I promise.
So, I present to you, Shinto and Nadi.
This blog is Shinto and Nadi, outside of the confines of a book. You won’t be hearing from me again and I take absolutely NO responsibility for what may follow. (‘’,)
P.s Nadi hasn’t been taught to follow social conditioning, so he has a tendency to be pretty blunt. He doesn’t know how to sugarcoat the truth.
Look on the plus side. It’s the saturation of sugar coaters in your life that have assisted you in becoming a robot, we need Nadi now!