6 November 2014 Thursday 7:45pm
“The line of least resistance was always the most difficult line in the long-run.”
~ Peter Cheyney, English author
That doesn’t seem right. If the line is of the least resistance won’t it be the easiest? I’m not exactly sure what line the author’s talking about. I suppose it’s a sentence in a story or something.
When you write, do the words come to you easily? Like these words you’re writing now?
Not all the time. I have some entries in my chronicles that are left hanging because it just doesn’t seem that important half-way through. Like it wasn’t really going anywhere or has no purpose. As for those posts or tweets that I’ve published, they’re usually the ones that come to me–well, they come to me with the least resistance. The words just seem to flow out of me. So how can those lines be the most difficult in the long-run?
They are the most difficult in the long-run because they are usually made of The Truth. And as you know, The Truth is sometimes hard to believe because The Truth is from the soul. The soul knows no rules or regulations. And what happens to The Truth when you let it be known to everyone?
Not all will believe. Some will believe and some will find it hard to believe.
THAT is why the line of least resistance is always the most difficult in the long-run.