Typing Beyond Freedom

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I’ve heard someone say that the pressure we as writers put on ourselves to write something good. This pressure is neither healthy nor helpful. It stops us dead in our tracks.

Sometimes I just want to type:

akejbwens eaeaoihf aebae ohea gosiheg s seoaofh a sdoaihwejbpwhewogheagha soashg aosfbhbfwewe fsd…

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I exist. But only technically.

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