the point is being

You see, at my age, after the youth burns out, and the long sweet middle years lie ahead, what happens after the writing is done simply does not matter. The point is the chemical burn itself, the molecular exchange, not what is produced or left behind. The point is being, not having done.

Brian Vandyke


1 thought on “the point is being

  1. kingmidget

    Extremely, extremely thought-provoking and relevant to an on-going conversation I’m involved in. Wow!

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