Everything we do is a rough draft.
The ways we show up, what we choose to say, how we choose to say it.
As we go along sharing our rough drafts with the other rough drafts around us, we get sharper and more aware of what we're saying and why we're saying it.
We become better because many rough drafts are better than one.
None of our drafts are complete and whole and none of them are stand alone pieces.
And sometimes, we have to delete huge portions from our rough draft because they aren't applicable anymore or relevant to the whole body of work.
Finding what content to keep, what to delete, what we start with and how we end, all vary from perspective to perspective.
This is the work of producing a timeless piece and we need every rough draft to get us there.