Enthuse your muse with this writing prompt

Let the following random sentence chosen from a book on my bookshelf inspire you. Don’t think just write.

“The problem of mankind today, therefore, is precisely the opposite to that of men in the comparatively stable periods of those great co-ordinating mythologies which now are known as lies. Then all meaning was in the group, in the great anonymous forms, none in the self-expressive individual; today no meaning is in the group – none in the world: all is in the individual.”
The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Joseph Campbell

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Enthuse your muse with this writing prompt

Let the following random sentence chosen from a book on my bookshelf inspire you. Don’t think; just write.

“To step outside this night-owl hangout was to step into a nightmare: a tableau of drunks pissing against walls; smoky, poxy apocalyptic gals; a couple screwing in a dark doorway.”
George & Rue, George Elliot Clarke