When it comes to pen down my thoughts and it doesn’t find a direction, I let my thoughts go wherever they want to and bam, I get stuck somewhere and make that thought my protagonist and write about the same. This is my way of choosing what to write about, the next step revolves around how to shape it and bring it to an end, like a beautiful end which would go out and inspire others to feel, to realize things in Life and most importantly to write.
Today, I came across this initiative to write on this beautiful topic called WIN (Write, Inspire, Network) and I would just precisely want to tell what I have experienced in these 4 years of Blogging.
WRITE– To write is one of the most beautiful things in the world and trust me when I tell you this because not necessarily you need to perfect what you write, not that it is just about sounding good but most of it is about how well you speak about what you live. It is very important to realize that more than a talent, writing is about self expression. Decide today to write, choose any platform or may it be your diary, pen down those beautiful words, they will stay till the end, even if nothing else does.
INSPIRE– The power of words, we don’t have the actual capability to measure how much words can motivate a human soul or even anyone around. We do speak to everything around, may it be a living or non living thing, we find attachment in everything and all we could describe our gratitude is in words. Let those emotions flow, share your story and you never know how much it can help the universe around.
NETWORK– Once you get consistent with writing and inspiring, you automatically become the part of networking, you share those incomplete thoughts to feel complete, you talk about each others’ works, you appreciate and criticize, you help each other grow, what can be more beautiful than to listen to where you did a fabulous job and where do you need to improve? Get going, talk about your words, never disrespect the source they come from, that is within you, stay open to feedback and most importantly never stop writing.