I Want To Write But Had No Time To Practice The Art.

“All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know.”

― Ernest Hemingway

It’s about priority. We all have enough time to do whatever we want. Start practicing for fifteen minutes a day.

If you don’t know “what” to write, sit and witness the blank pages without any intention to leave the desk.

If you don’t know “how” to write, move your pen and vomit whatever comes out of your mind.

The important thing is discipline, not the “what” and “how” of the game.

When you settle down on your favorite chair simultaneously with the discipline to scribe your thoughts, magic will happen.

Unknown forces of creation will take an interest in you and do most of the part on your behalf.

One day you’ll figure out that you don’t have to do anything except settle down on your lucky chair and move your fingers.

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