Re: The Struggle of Writing
The struggle of writing is to ensure that words flow with thoughts ,at the same time ensuring that the appropriate words are found roughly approximating the logical process inside. The struggle is also in the process of ensuring that a minimum duration of a writing session is kept up without the writer's block creeping in. Additionally the writer has to ensure that the unity of thought and construction is maintained between two writing sessions so that there are no breaks in the creative process and the transition between a writing session and interregnum is smooth.
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