Martial artists of old talk about letting the opponent take the initiative. Makes good sense: initiative is punishable. Initiative is form and form leads to structure. And all structure is pattern. Pattern means predictability. Structure means loss of fluidity, a crystallization, a slowing down, and, thus, a liability. That which has no structure - that which is still in motion, like a buzzing fly - is hard to damage. Even if touched, it (formless process) yields harmlessly to external influence (since it has not yet committed to a finalized form, has not taken root in matter, in space, in identity). I am rambling and because I am rambling, while I am rambling, I am hard to pin down. But once this process of writing stops - as it's about to - it becomes a piece of writing and is forever open to critique.