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Why I write every day.
On the search for crystals
I’ve been writing every day for about 5 months!
And it’s become such a habit, like breakfast.
As I was thinking about what to write today, I combed through my notebooks for ideas. I read pages and chapters from some of the books that I keep close to me.
And so I got many ideas about what to write about, but I’m not going to use those.
Instead I will tell you that, the reason I write, is exactly so I can examine and crystallise at least one of the thousands of thoughts that transition through my mind throughout the day. Or find new thoughts to examine.
I write so that I keep looking for things to write about.
It keeps my mind open and searching.