Reflecting thoughtfully on what an editor says can be helpful, but if I react to their advice, I may not take any notice of a blessing in disguise. But must reflect on what’s been said, so I am clear about it, then I may see that the input is right and good or off-the-wall, then apply it well or not apply it at all. I may reflect, where fitting, while I am working on the piece, to see how the editor’s advice could be applied. But try not to miss the blessing in disguise that the editor is prompting.

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