Ray Bradbury said; “write every day of your life, read intensely then see what happens.” I stole that quote from someone else, but it still seems like reasonable advice to me. Keep the fire burning, things will always work out in the end.

Honestly, I don’t think we can control it anyway, it has a mind of its of own. We’ve just got to keep doing what we can to the best of our ability now, eventually good shit happens.

Focus is good. I think that’s vital. More focus more precision, then what we carve stands out more. Don’t force it though because you’ll fuck it up. It’s like a piece of art, or onions. We’ve just got to get into it and let it do its thing. Shut out the noise ye know?

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