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Remember why we write


"To write down one's insights expecting that someday they will be read with awe by posterity would be in most cases an act of hubris, that "overweening presumption" that has caused so much mischief in human affairs. But if one records ideas in response to an inner challenge to express clearly the major questions by which one feels confronted, and tries to sketch out answers that will help make sense of one's experience, then the amateur philosopher will have learned to derive enjoyment from one of the most difficult and rewarding tasks of life." Flow p139.

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