One Big Rush

Imagine you had to write something really quickly. Okay? Say, you have five minutes to write a short story. What do you do? Where do you start? What’s it about? Do you make it philosophical, psychological, or just a simple stream of consciousness? Do you avoid the details, or do you make the entire story become one very detailed detail? Watch it, you’ve already spent half your time to think this through, and you still have nothing. So, what do you do now? When you feel like the walls of time are narrowing around you and starting to choke you, when you see that there’s hardly any more time left, when you realize that you’ve done absolutely nothing, what do you do? How do you fight the panic? What do you make of the situation? And while you’re struggling to think, how come you’re failing to recognize that it was the thinking that got you into this mess in the first place?

That’s right. You think too much. And the more you think about it, the more you think about it. Is there way out?

Just do something, now! Anything! Just do it! Don’t think about it! Do it! Do it!

What are you waiting for?


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