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Friday, June 6, 2014

Wrinkled Papers



It is sooo important to be able to write in a similar manner as to how I speak.

In fact, it is one of the skills that has permitted me to go forward further into writing.

 

Had I not adopted this technique no doubt I would have given up writing years ago.

What is it about writing that is so eminently rewarding?

Is it because it somehow freezes in time the tone and

Substance of our thoughts?

The living legend. Mr. Seth Godin writes about taking up the practice of writing onto a public forum as regularly as possible, daily if possible.

He endorses writing, not in order to be swayed by public opinion and comments on your writing , but rather in order to hone your craft and to allow your written voice to flourish to fuller bloom.

I wholeheartedly agree. Writing on blogs is not even so much about the template or forum upon which you write, but rather that you are waltzing into an epic journey every time you pick up your pen, or your tablet or your piece of chalk.

I am under no illusions as to what the habit of writing means to different folks around the globe. Some scurry with their coins to internet café’s in order to plunk in a few precious tidbits of theory that they have been working on for months.

Others save their wrinkled paper notebooks and painstakingly transcribe them onto their blogs when their parents have taken the time to get their internet connection back up and running.

So blogging brothers and sisters, please don’t weary of the process. It is a journey. It is my walk of life.