Bradbury: Worry Us Like a Dog

“A good idea should worry us like a dog. We should not, in turn, worry it into the grave, smother it with intellect, pontificate it into snoozing, kill it with the death of a thousand analytical slices.”

– Ray Bradbury, Zen in the Art of Writing (p. 107)

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