When You Have Choice, But Not Really

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I have two choices. I can sit here and do nothing. Or I can sit here and write.

And let’s be honest, doing nothing isn’t really an option. I would sit here and think thoughts, followed by I should write about that, followed by an internal voice of doubt and despair that I don’t have anything more to say. Which would be a lie, of course, but it would be enough to shuffle my mind to the next thought…

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thirty-something exercises in candor and wit.

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