If someone throws a word at me, my brain waves fluctuate. My mind defines it, produces examples, provides philosophical background, and makes a general observation. I can go hours thinking about one thing that found its way into my thought process.
If someone throws a question at me, I already answered it. My thoughts already produced several answers. I go back and question my answers, fixing my conclusion to the point where there is no more left to argue. I will be lost in argument for days before I speak my conclusion.
If a teacher throws an essay at me, I can’t write it. How do you expect me to forcibly stimulate intellectual thoughts which obviously come and go with new and old observations. How can you expect me to write about thoughts which are not my own. I can’t. I refuse to. I prefer to answer questions through my control of analyzing uncontrollable things, rather than attempting to controlling what I once did, but has had its direction shifted by another.