Write or Wrong?

There are a million reasons why people write.

There a thousand reasons why I write.

If you can think, if you can speak, then you can write!

I once told someone that if everyone that existed were to write a book about themselves or something they were passionate about, we still wouldn’t have enough books, because everyone, and I mean EVERYONE has a story that can never be entirely identical (in process and outcome) to others.

Everyone doesn’t speak the same way, but that doesn’t stop us from talking. My lack of eloquence or inspiration should never take away my voice.

I write because I want to be heard. I write because I want to connect. I don’t write to prove a point, writing is my point.

Imagine we all found something to do that doesn’t just prove a point, but that is the point.

Write or wrong, we should learn to express our point. And that’s the whole idea.

So… What’s your point?

1 thought on “Write or Wrong?

  1. Ah I love this! You don’t need to prove something every time you do something. You don’t always have to be right. You definitely don’t always have to overthink.

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