“Just throw whatever you’ve got.”
If you haven’t seen the Kevin Costner classic, “For Love of the Game,” I recommend it. It’s one of those movies which is a metaphor for just about everything.
In an instrumental scene, Costner’s character is pitching a no-hitter against the Yankees. He feels like he is burned out and has nothing left. His catcher (John C. Reilly) tells him “just throw whatever you’ve got left.”
The metaphor applies to just about everything we deal with in life, whether as an author, a professional, a family person. At times like these, we just need to get out there and do what we do best.