When I was in school, and my English teacher assigned an essay, the default complaint was, “But I don’t have anything to say.”
The teacher would say, “Yes, you do. You have a lot to say.” This being the late 1960s, she probably used the words important and relevant.
In my case, she was wrong. I didn’t have anything to say.
I was past forty when I finally found something to say. A lot to say. Not important, not relevant, but a lot.
Today, however, I don’t have anything to say.