The Differences Between A Writer And His Life

"Our lives are not like writing; usually while writing, the whole story is already well thought out, but is ended with the title"

In the sense that writers, from my experience, do not usually start with the title of their piece but instead reflect upon it at the end. In a sense, writers start near the middle and end at the beginning.

It’s a strange thing to think about, how when we ask someone where we should start, and most times they reply, ‘start at the beginning, end at the end’ but often, the beginning was the very last part created, while the end was the very beginning.

It gives a whole new meaning to 'the end of the beginning' and 'the beginning of the end.'

A.R. Teller

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