The heaviest weight settles upon you when it is time to start something important. It's as if gravity has doubled suddenly, and you find yourself unable to move from the spot. You are transfixed by a combination of laziness, fear, procrastination, and just plain entropy.
This is none other than the weight of doubt -- the subtle evil thing that's making you question the worthiness, value, implications, and meaning of the act before you.
You know on some rational level this sensation of weight is only an illusion. And yet you tarry. . . .
It is for this reason that there is only one solution.
Before there's time to take another breath, quickly. . . just do it.