Today was a day in which, if you’ll forgive this writer a reification, my thoughts have been battling in my mind. The main cause is that while the 100 days challenge is a great way to force a level of writing discipline, it creates challenges when life is provoking thoughts which are deep, need tremendous research to present a nuanced argument and time is short after a long and tiring day.
But the labour is not without its rewards, and though I can’t post them today, I have the kernel and initial research for two thought provoking blogs which will be coming your way in the not to distant future. In a sense, this is one of the benefits I had hoped the 100 days challenge would accrue: increased speculation which will lead to a steadily growing flow of more closely argued articles.
To that end, today’s blog may be short and perhaps wholly without merit, but it has helped this writer find his footing in the blogosphere.
High Jousting in Paulus Hector Mair’s compendium is licensed under Public Domain.