You Cannot Fail if You Do Not Try

I have an obligation to myself to write at least one blog post every day. Sometimes, though, I do not meet my obligation. I fail, in other words, to fulfill my promise to myself. Today, I began writing a post, but decided to set it aside. I then started another, but set it aside, as well. One of the two is silly, pointless. Childish, in fact. The other began to seem dark, somber, and deeply troubling. Neither fit my mood, which is beyond description. The closest I can get to describing it is this: fearful, sarcastic, biting, and isolated, yet too close to throngs of strangers I do not know and do not care to know. People whose morals combine feelings of hatred with a sense of superiority, both fueled by raw stupidity.

Naturally, I chose not to share those two attempts at writing. Instead, I am sharing this shard of broken thoughts and cracked emotions. More later, perhaps. Perhaps not.

About John Swinburn

"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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