The proverbial "writer's block" is not a hindrance of creativity, but rather an excuse for the Writer to legitimately stifle himself from the act of writing through hardship. The "block" is actually the greatest and most worthy of challenges in the literary world. It is a challenge designed for the Writer to allow the spirit of the words to flow from mind to mouth - or to hand - and to manifest itself in such a way that elevates the standard by which he thrives, creatively. He has found comfort in the frictionless flow of creativity which allows him to mend thought and will, and has, therefore, already created limitations; restrictions self-inflicted on his own ability to transcend beyond the threat of obstacles, or challenges.
The Writer must not lose sight of the balance between thought and will. He has a responsibility. He must continue to reject doubt and/or to use it as a weapon against itself and persevere, recording each transition throughout the duration of his assignment. He must not cease produce, with creative expression. He his, afterall, a Writer.
Donnell E. Smith