• Noun: the region that is inside of something
• Noun: the inner or enclosed surface of something
• Adj: relating to or being on the side closer to the center or within a defined space; examples: "he reached into his inside jacket pocket", "inside out", "an inside pitch is between home plate and the batter"
• Adj: being or applying to the inside of a building; example: "an inside wall"
• Adj: confined to an exclusive group; examples: "privy to inner knowledge", "inside information", "privileged information"
• Adj: away from the outer edge; examples: "an inner lane", "the inside lane"
• Adv: within a building; example: "in winter we play inside"
• Adv: on the inside; example: "inside, the car is a mess"
• Adv: with respect to private feelings; example: "inwardly, she was raging"
• Adv: in reality; example: "she is very kind at heart"
Inside a religious body you get sects and hierarchies, inside an information network you get bazaars and cathedrals, it is the same, call them what you like. They survive by pointing the finger of blame at each other.
The trick is the paradox - turning your story inside out. Now if it is something that appears to be of total normality and then suddenly turns inside out and is a different thing all together then that's fun to write.
You can see these boxes which are covered with metal foils for thermal reasons, and they are also, most of the time, thermally controlled inside to keep reasonable temperature inside each of these containers.
Wrap fish fillets, sliced veggies, and other quick-cooking items inside foil packets with bundles of fresh herbs and throw them directly on the grill; the steam will release the herb's perfume and flavor anything contained inside the pouch.
So there was a fire inside me. And that fire inside you, it can be turned into a negative form or a positive form. And I gradually realised that I had this fire and that it had to be used in a positive way.