I Write It When I feel It.

A writer is an intellectual artist, just like musicians, or composers, no moment should be missed as the thoughts roll in.

To write something you have to risk making a fool of yourself. You have to be more daring and damn the consequences. You have to be confident and not worry about what people will say. Just ramble, rant, chatter, prattle and keep talking, oh yeah, I mean to keep writing.

I write and blog about my thoughts as they struggle within me. I write about anything and everything as I wish. Be happy to tell your own stories, to share your experiences, lessons and values in your stories and daily interactions.

In essence, Just keep writing and never mind what people will say because people will surely talk. If you keep listening to that voice telling you that you are not a good writer,  or a good blogger, or a good photographer, you’d be shy to scribble something for the world to read.  You’d be shy to showcase your skills and talents to the world.

So, hush that intimidating voice and pick up your pen and blog away. 🙂

Some people will care to read and some others will look away. Yet, another set of people will mock your creativity and writing skills. Hey, don’t even bother about a thing. Just keep your head up and keep churning out your thoughts. Put them out there without blinking.

After all, not everybody is meant to appreciate you or haven’t you heard that you cannot please everybody?

And one more thing, always remember that practice makes perfect. The more you write, the more perfect you become.

So keep writing and keep honing your skills.


Peace and Love!

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7 thoughts on “I Write It When I feel It.

  1. Great inspiring post. I think in the boik the power of now Eckhart Tollie starts, not everyone will like this book…
    I think his meaning was that certain people will like today , others later and some never.. and that is because we are all different, and a single person will be different at different stages of their lives.

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