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Stop Hiding

As soon as the hiding stops, things get better. Or at least, new possibilities present themselves.

Not writing has been a hiding tactic.

I've been writing. I'm good at putting words down. After awhile, it's clear that even if my ideas are clear, it's too many words. My paragraphs detailing every minute detail of simple ideas are like intricate sculptures of word vomit.

Hiding behind not writing has ceased. But hiding behind verbosity is the next layer to peel back.

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