Saturday, May 23, 2009

But I never like to

hurry decisions. Do you also never like to hurry decisions?

Me think that I am more beholden to the hinder part of my head than well dare trust the forwards side of the same.

This is called a 'quaint explanation' of a 'near pathological tendency to procrastinate'. And so perhaps it is. We procrastinators, however, value the 'hinder part' of our heads. It mulls things over at its own pace. You never know what will come out. And when something does, we act on it - often to our own surprise. We are unpredictable, not least to ourselves, and we are the despair of logicians.

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