Write to communicate. //Day 1045

Everyone says you should write. But why? What if you don’t have anything to write about. No new point to make. Nothing that  can help others in some way.

Why then, should you write? To communicate. To have a conversation with multiple people simultaneously. To talk what’s on your mind without really talking to anyone. More than everything else, to talk to yourself.

You often conceal yourself from yourself. You don’t acknowledge your own thoughts and feelings. That’s where writing can help.

It help you know yourself better. Your feelings better. It’ll make you confront yourself. If you do it regularly, you’ll become a better person overtime. For you’ll start seeing the things you weren’t seeing earlier. You’ll start working to improve those things instead of ignoring them.

You’ll learn to communicate with yourself. There’s nothing more important you can learn.


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