Sometimes I'm in the mood to write, but I can't figure out what it is I want to say. I know there is something pressing, something urgent, something I just must get out there, but when I try to formulate it into words, it just becomes a big mess. Maybe this is because there is more than one thing to write about. Perhaps it's because what I want to write about is too big to pick apart and convert into something coherent. Perhaps it's because I haven't the slightest idea what I want to write about...I simply want to write.
It's sort of like, you have things you think should be said, but you're not sure if you should say them. Or you want to talk, but you have nothing to say. You want to be heard, but you're not sure anyone is really listening.
It's difficult to organize thoughts. I know this is true because this blog post used to be a lot crazier than it is right now. I guess sometimes it's good to think things through before you post them, just like it's good to think before you speak. But how much thought? At a certain point, you're just thinking about speaking for so long that you never end up actually saying anything.
I know, I know, thinking is overrated. But not thinking is pretty thoughtless, you know?