When you let your mind wander,

you find gems, bridges, new doors and windows open. New stages, sight, music.

Don’t think you always have to have specificity in your thoughts.

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  1. Emily Davis says:

    Although letting your mind wander sometimes can be distracting when you are trying to achieve something, within writing I think it is essential. If you write without going off on tangents and edit as you write a rough draft the message of that writing I believe loses some of its purity and rawness. The rawness of writing is what makes writing good. Also some of the best ideas come when letting yourself go.

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