Writing can be a painful activity. The idea of thinking and starting from scratch every day frightens the resistance.
But just as in exercise, the trick is in getting started.
Knowing that we can remain uncharged by the underground voltage of curiosity and enthusiasm, we have to depend on a non-thinking routine.
Showing up to practice is the number one priority. Then one writes poorly and gradually with more force, putting the bones in our words.
Discipline is a secret hidden in plain sight, only visible in the long look beyond the glance.
Swimming in impulses and doubt — remembering the possibility of revision helps tame the symphony of perfection.
Relaxed in the process, mincing and mixing words into a jigsaw puzzle of sentences holds material and belief more firmly.
We finish another day until the brain strains for another run tomorrow.
Addicted to vocation, flush with anxiety, we numb all feelings with the most adamant flow.