Making Bad Excuses

It’s seems quite impossible that the reason for not writing would be the lack of thoughts. We think all the time. And therefore, it seems equally impossible that we do not write because we cannot put our thoughts together. To be able to come to the conclusion that we cannot write because we cannot put our thoughts together is a process of putting thoughts together.

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6 thoughts on “Making Bad Excuses

  1. Reblogged this on Contemplating Me and commented:
    Just read this post by Atul Sabnis and it resonated with my own thoughts.Sums up my predicaments on writing [anything]. I know what i want to write and I keep on rearranging them, putting them together again and again.But all is in my head, stuck there, until the resistance is overcome.

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