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When I was a child I liked to write letters to my friends I had a lot of pen pals Also I had no problems with essays during my grade school years I did not needed much time to create an essay or a journal or something else for my writing class The older I become the more difficult it gets for me to write Perhaps I have more problems needs or other various things in my life that keep me from being able to focus on writing Therefore when I read The Watcher at the Gates by Gail Godwin I saw myself there In this essay Godwin illustrates examples of many things that may be obstacles to some people to start writing Also she suggests several ways that may help people to overcome such a problem Although I have different kinds of excuses to not start writing they all have the same meaning purpose and consequences as in Godwins essay take me away from writing There are some of my favorite excuses such as having no ideas to write about other important things to do and enough time before the deadline that give me no good chance to begin writing Still I know that I must turn in my assignments on time and this helps me to put aside these excuses I sit down religiously every morning I sit down for eight hours every day and the sitting down is all In the course of that studying day of eight hours I write three sentences which I erase before leaving the table in despair Sometimes it takes all my resolution and power of self-control to refrain from butting my head against the wall The first reason why I sit down and write is that I know what to write about I just have a lot in my head to write about the particular topic Often I begin with a couple of sentences and then
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