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Stephanie Churchill Some of the best advice I've ever come across regarding this is just to write anyway. Even when you don't feel like it, put words on paper. Even if…moreSome of the best advice I've ever come across regarding this is just to write anyway. Even when you don't feel like it, put words on paper. Even if it's gibberish. Just keep your pen (or keyboard) moving. Sometimes this seems pointless, and when it gets really frustrating, exercise generally does the trick for me. I've found that I often have to take pen and notebook with me when I'm on my elliptical machine, because that's sometimes where my best ideas happen.(less)
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John Locke
“I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.”
John Locke

Suzanne Collins
“Remember, we're madly in love, so it's all right to kiss me anytime you feel like it.”
Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games

Suzanne Collins
“But collective thinking is usually short-lived. We're fickle, stupid beings with poor memories and a great gift for self-destruction.”
Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay

Isaac Asimov
“If you're born in a cubicle and grow up in a corridor, and work in a cell, and vacation in a crowded sun-room, then coming up into the open with nothing but sky over you might just give you a nervous breakdown.”
Isaac Asimov, Foundation

Isaac Asimov
“And just how did you arrive at that remarkable conclusion, Mr. Mayor?"

"In a rather simple way. It merely required the use of that much-neglected commodity -- common sense. You see, there is a branch of human knowledge known as symbolic logic, which can be used to prune away all sorts of clogging deadwood that clutters up human language."

"What about it?" said Fulham.

"I applied it. Among other things, I applied it to this document here. I didn't really need to for myself because I knew what it was all about, but I think I can explain it more easily to five physical scientists by symbols rather than by words."

Hardin removed a few sheets of paper from the pad under his arm and spread them out. "I didn't do this myself, by the way," he said. "Muller Holk of the Division of Logic has his name signed to the analyses, as you can see."

Pirenne leaned over the table to get a better view and Hardin continued: "The message from Anacreon was a simple problem, naturally, for the men who wrote it were men of action rather than men of words. It boils down easily and straightforwardly to the unqualified statement, when in symbols is what you see, and which in words, roughly translated is, 'You give us what we want in a week, or we take it by force.'"

There was silence as the five members of the Board ran down the line of symbols, and then Pirenne sat down and coughed uneasily.

Hardin said, "No loophole, is there, Dr. Pirenne?"

"Doesn't seem to be.”
Isaac Asimov, Foundation




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