After Saturday's snow, the world looks pristine and white. Why does this appearance please us writers, but a blank white screen does not?
Maybe because we don't look beneath the surface of our computer screens. Maybe because we're scared to.
Like footsteps across the field, our typing mars the surface of our screen. Inside our head, the idea resides in crystalline perfections forever. Once we commit to writing it, we see the flaws. In fact, we focus on the flaws rather than work with them.
Understand that the flaws are like the silent, sleeping trees in the picture. Yes, their stark blackness ruins the pristine surface of the snow across the field. However, they are beauty in their own right. And they are waiting for conditions to change in order to grow and flourish.
So keep typing. Your black slashes on a blanket of white will become something beautiful as the seasons turn.
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