There is something shockingly permanent about writing–it remains long after the writer's initial thought, emotion, or impulse passes, after the writer himself is gone. Writing distances the composer and the reader–the words have to stand alone and speak for themselves, without a spoken apologia from the one to the other. Paradoxically, writing draws people together, connecting us with ideas and with each other.
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