"Few things may thwart the impulse to begin writing more than the lazy realization that one probably has so much to say that one would need to long-term martyr the more entertaining parts of oneself just in order to wet-mold some raggedy shreds of words into a few all-too-short-term papier-mâché formations."—General Theosophy #254

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