For two weeks, I have been procrastinating in writing my manuscript.
I waited for external cues to tell me that I need to write now.
I waited for that demand to come from elsewhere to tell me that I need to start now.
I waited for the internal eureka to say that I am ready to write it.
Of course, two weeks passed and I don't have anything to show.
I should have at least 20-25 pages of material by now, or more.
I could have enjoyed that momentum, I tell others to ride on and be carried forward.
I could be on my way to the goal of being published!
Just as I am learning that there is no reason to wait for anyone or anything.
Setting aside that sacred time to write is a must.
Writers write as farmers farm and dancers dance.
There is no excuse that is great enough not to write.
So now, I write, will write and will continue to write until this is done.
And write some more!
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