There are several subjects that have been floating around in my head, abouth which I’d like to write here. But one thing that I have realized the last times I have sat down to write is that I always begin at some point and let the text flow, and it ends up in a completely different place that what I first expected.
Not that it’s a bad thing, I actually think that’s pretty good. It helps me clarify (to myself) some connections that I have never made in my mind and that broadens my self-knowledge.
But, at the same time, although I make no effort to control the path the post follows, sitting down to write is a rather time-consuming activity; it requires a certain level of consistency, to say the least. I’ve had a tentendy lately to have my posts go through a minimum level of readability and SEO. Not that this blog means anything or that I want anything I write here to actually have any impact. But it’s an exercise that helps me improve my own writing “technique”.
This is not one of those posts. And, despite the title, I will not ennumerate here what I intend to write on the next ones. But, in a kind of metalinguistic sense, it is also taking a path of its own.
But, beyond commenting that I have a lot to talk about “Comfortably Numb” from Pink Floyd, I don’t know if other subjects have room here. Mostly because I’m still not sure about them. But writing here feels good (before I forget to do it again) that that song is one of the most important ones in my life. It symbolizes the end of one of the darkes phases of my life, and although I don’t like remembering things I went through in those days, I value all the experiences and lessons learned.
In the time I took to write the last paragraph, I have already thought of a new subject for this very post – and already forgot it, too.
For now, I’ll stop here. Maybe the next post will make more sense.