Daily Humanist

Chinguetti-Manuscrit (3)

Learn as much by writing as by reading.
–John Dalberg-Acton, The Study Of History (1895)

Response: Writing ideas takes on a life of its own. Sometimes an idea in our minds goes easily onto paper, but other times the words remain elusive. Still, often it is through the elusive writing that we learn more about our subject and even ourselves. Trying to translate the thoughts onto paper becomes a catalyst for more ideas, more thoughts, and in the end more writing. What does writing do for you?

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