“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.” — Heraclitus
I would like to write something new, fresh, and original every morning.
I really do.
But it’s tough for a few reasons.
To start with, after more than 700 posts I can’t really remember everything I wrote about. The first post is more than three years old.
Plus, I have some recurring themes that are close to my heart towards which I’m easily dragged.
And finally, inspiration floats. There are days in which my fingers can barely keep the pace of the words flowing out of my heads. Other days in which I have to really dig out or use some tricks to put together a decent post.
So, some days I’m worried about repeating myself.
Have I already share this? Haven’t I wrote about this a few months back?
And I do repeat myself. I think it’s unavoidable. But I’ve also learned that I changed with every post that I write. The person who publishes the article is not the same who started writing it.
It’s a tiny difference. So small that it’s almost imperceptible, yet it’s there.
So, even if I repeat myself, as Heraclitus said, I’m not the same person.