January 16, 2002
While suffering from writer's block, I took introversion as a route towards explaining why I suffered from it. Successful writers know the answer out of the experience repeatedly, as identifiably uniform as much as it was well universal to all scribes. Some force within or outside the path can stop a flow that keeps writing mobile. I found that the spur of inspiration has too small a lifetime to last some good distance of the composition. Most of all, being too anxious to complete the composition can never be as straight a path as the flow is assumed to be.