The best shot you have at originality or something worthwhile is to deliver your own story exactly how you experienced it. That’s not completely original either, but my story is my story; it’s mine to tell (or abandon as illusory) as I see fit. Originality is a futile goal really, but sharing experience is certainly worthwhile.
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