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> Under these circumstances, concern about being right seems to be wasted
> effort at best, and a distraction from the true concerns of writing at
> worst. The reason I keep hammering away at this point is that I've seen
> too many writers diluting their efforts and attention in worrying about
> being right. Maye not in your case, Sean, but I've seen writers -
> especially inexperienced ones - crippling themselves worrying over being
> right to the point that they had no energy left over for anything else.
To paraphrase the immanent Morpheus:
"One of these days, you're going to realize, just as I did, there is a
difference between knowing what's right, and writing what's right."
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