What is a Sentence Like?

A sentence starts out like someone who is having problems going to sleep. The intent and the ideas are there and the resources are there, but the mind is too busy to go to sleep. It’s peculiar how when one wants to sleep, the brain wants to focus on everything else but the sleep that the rest of the body needs; in the same way, it’s peculiar how when one wants to write, the brain wants to focus on everything but the writing process. The ideas are like dreams; they come and they go quickly. Eventually after an hour, twelve hours, one day, or even a couple of days, falling asleep becomes easier as the mind reorganizes itself, just as writing one sentence after another becomes easier after a long amount of time.

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5 thoughts on “What is a Sentence Like?

  1. How does this start with the sentence?
    Isn’t the brain’s job is to tell the body when to sleep?
    Why does it take 2 days to write a sentence?
    Why does it take 2 days to fall asleep?

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  2. 1. How does not being able to fall asleep relate to the start of a sentence?
    2. You say “ideas are like dreams, they come and they go quickly” but what about those who are unable to dream? Are they also unable to form ideas?
    3. Why does it take so long to be able to fall asleep? Does it take that long to write a sentence and eventually an essay?
    4. What if “the ideas are there and the resources” are not there?

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  3. Why is the brain, the source of your intellect, also the source of your confusion? Why use duality to explain why it’s hard to focus? What if you don’t dream? Is the problem with creating a sentence really as simple as that?

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