Celebrating the A to Z Blogging Challenge with quotations on the writing life.
In combat, we hate two kinds of fighters: mercenaries (who are in it for the money) and traitors. Cowardice we understand, and while we dislike a deserter, we understand that too. But a traitor (a comrade we used to trust) is actively fighting against us, with the goal that we will fail.
Yes, fail. As in self-sabotage, which plays on our fears and paralyzes us.
Why not call these self-doubts by Shakespeare’s name and kick them to the curb?