We see what we are able to see.
The beauty of writing is the ability to delete before you speak. This is also its danger.
If you are truly present there is no need to begin again.
Embrace genius in all its forms and show others the way.
Kierkegaard was right: all that matters is genius.
The question is not whether we have great ideas but whether we _capture_ them. Nothing else will last.
At the heart of great writing is the ability to build, to layer one’s way toward a peak, then deconstruct one’s way back down.