Ideas increment automatically when they are captured

An interesting property of Writing creates a space for 'the answer to go' is how it enables 'writing without trying too hard'. As ideas fly into consciousness and land in the appropriate space, they accumulate like water in a rain catcher. As time passes, a larger vision emerges from these collections and it becomes simple to draft a complete concept by merely arranging together various fragments.

A coherent and articulated thought does not produce itself automatically, but the process is significantly simplified when all the parts are on the table.