Quote by Finley Peter Dunne
It don't make much difference what you study, so long as you don't like it.
This quote suggests that it doesn't matter what subject or field of study one chooses, as long as they do not enjoy it. The implication is that the level of interest or passion for a particular area of study is inconsequential. It implies a pessimistic view, questioning the importance of personal passion or fulfillment in the pursuit of education.
The way to rock oneself back into writing is this. First gentle exercise in the air. Second the reading of good literature. It is a mistake to think that literature can be produced from the raw. One must get out of life...one must become externalised; very, very concentrated, all at one point, not having to draw upon the scattered parts of one's character, living in the brain.