This post came at a perfect time for me.
“What saves a man is to take a step. Then another step.” — C.S. Lewis
When asked how he writes so fast, Stephen King answered, “One word at a time.”
This is the kind of answer that no one believes in. And the fact that there’s an abundance of related cliches doesn’t help either.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Or something like that. The Great Wall of China was built by laying one brick after another.
It is not the mountains to conquer that make you give up, but rather the pebble in your shoe.
All cliches. Terrible, terrible cliches that we can’t help but fear and loathe at the same time.
Want to know why?
Because they are so damn true.
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