It is easier not to write than to write. Writing is an intense activity that requires us to look inside ourselves, to concentrate, and to make a commitment of what we think and feel. To what extent do you find yourself reflected in statements like these? All of these statements reveal some reluctance or resistance, some fear or frustration, some insecurity or self-delusion. Most of these writers also feel that their egos are at stake.
- Blank-paper paralysis. "When I look at a blank piece of paper, all I can think about is that I can’t write what I think in a way that will do me or the reader any good. It’s a defense mechanism."
- Anxiety. “I spend time fidgeting and twitching nervously before actually struggling with a rough draft. I get anxious because my main desire is to think of a good opening statement that will inspire me and help me go on with the piece.”
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This website is made up of killers
A compilation of my favourite ‘we’re all killers’ posts.
SPREAD THE DAMN WORD
THAT WAS COOL
My hands are too small to do this effectively.
I wish I wasn’t iPod
if you’re on ipod you just hold down the reblog button
wtf just happened??
I just saw this now but I’m from Maui. What about you?
seriously, how can you not love these two together