Every second leads to an hour. Every minute leads to a day. Every second is a second. This second leads to the next five seconds, but the next five seconds does not have to command what you’ll do for the rest of your life. For you can change this second so that the next ten seconds will be worth the hour you’ll spend deciding whether or not you’ll be here today or gone tomorrow.

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Anthony Miles

I like to write when I am in the moment of how I feel. I feel no pressure when I write because everyone is a writer.

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