Re: Re: Re: How do you write?
The question is how we write,not why we write.Probably it has something to with the process.I look at writing as the process of forming and re-forming ideas because it is while writing that a majority of the ideas begin to form ,evolve and grow into bigger ideas and thought movements. The logical process within takes a concrete shape while words are being formed .This can be evident from a stopping in -between while words are forming when suddenly you realise that you have reached a point which was far away from your starting point.You begin to realise that you have reached certain recesses of your thinking which you never thought had existed in your mind.
What makes a life worth living as you grow older?
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- However, the study only shows an association; it didn't establish causality.