From Verlyn Klinken­borg in NY Times: Before you learn to write well, to trust your­self as a writer, you will have to learn to be patient in the pres­ence of your own thoughts. You’ll learn that making sentences in your head will elicit thoughts you didn’t know you could have. Thinking patiently will yield far better sentences than you thought you could make. · Go to Where do sentences come from? →