More writing advice

Today, being in an out-of-words mood, I’ll give someone else’s writing advice. I happened upon this series of Twitter posts by Buddhist teacher Alan Watts, or more properly a tribute feed of his quotes that’s apparently managed by his son, as Watts died in the 70s. The feed is a more down-to-earth than usual collection of spiritual remarks, and a few days ago it offered a chain of writing advice. (Read bottom to top, of course.)

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