The nature of writing is that you have to do it.
In other words, if you wish to have something written, you must write it.
I rather despise the process of writing because of its difficulty in achieving the desired end-product.
I wish I could create certain end products without the processes used to get there, but that proves rather impossible.
I wish that I could go from A, an introductory premise, to B, its conclusion, without having to dictate all of the steps required to get there, through writing.
The process is laborious when I only wish to end up at B, without taking all of the steps necessary to get from A to B.
It is rather tiresome, and I wish that I could create all of the Bs that I want to without all of the processes needed to create B, which includes all of the As necessary as well, and everything in between all of the As and Bs.
I just want all of the Bs without all of the processes needed to get from A to B, because it is just tiresome, although I really enjoy the Bs.
Of course, sometimes the process of going from A to B can be enjoyable.
But most of the time, the scope of B is so gargantuan and the claim of A is so gargantuan that going from A to B requires a tiresome amount of mental labor, processing, integration, and worst of all, the organization, which takes up the most mental effort.
The processing is a really difficult aspect of getting from A to B, but integration and organization prove to be the most difficult aspects of getting from A to B, with the processing being rather difficult as well.