Just let it love


“One’s action ought to come out of an achieved stillness: not to be mere rushing on.” – D.H. Lawrence

There comes a point when fiddling with a recipe too much spoils the food.

There comes the time when you have made too many edits, and the story is lost.

Sometimes, it’s best to just let it sit there. Let it love. A good chilli cooking on the stove is like that. Just let it sit, and be. Don’t touch it, don’t add to it. You can go back and sample it later on, and you’ll know when it’s done. Just turn down the heat, let it simmer for a little longer.

All it needs is a little time on it’s own.

A good story idea will come back to you when it’s left alone. But sometimes it’s best to just let it love.

Rest assured, I’m going to do more writing. I am going to finish stories. Some of these may become serials, some might not show up on here at all. Some of it, just might. But for now…

I’m still here, writing, letting it love,

Pearce

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1 Comment

  1. I have this issue with cooking and writing both. I love way too many things and flavours, and I’m like “do one thing? Do EVERYTHING.”

    “just let it love” is simple and great. Thank you.

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