I was just listening to the very talented Lauryn Hill, stole her title. In life, and in creating (for me, that’s mostly writing and a touch of painting), is it best to just dive right in with some rough idea of what you want?
I read somewhere the other day that it’s assumed writers do not like outlines. But before we craft, before we explore, do we not need some skeleton? An idea is one thought, maybe one line. There’s so much more behind that, supporting it.
Some bridges are easier to cross than others. Some just make you want to take a running leap right off and not look back, not look forward; only soar through that moment, air rushing, alive, and one with the atmosphere.