Why Do You Write?

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I came across this question yesterday, and I thought I had to answer and share it here. I must say that I have a calling to write. As a child, I kept a diary and later did fairly well in my high school English classes. So, I choose what I thought would be my career in college, Journalism. But later I changed my major to English Linguistics. Oddly enough, I strayed away from writing in my early twenties, because I didn’t think I had an interest in it anymore. Then, just a few years ago, I felt a calling from God to return to writing. I went through much trial and error trying to find what to write about. Eventually that problem was solved and quickly lead to a wonderful discovery. I found that writing is one of the only activities that gives me a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction. That’s how I knew I’d found my passion, and this is why I write.

Why do you write?

Millia C.

The Benefit of “Me” Time

Loneliness and being alone are two different states of being. Positive things happen when you’re alone. It can serve as an opportunity for introspect; and having a deeper understanding of one’s aspirations, convictions, and gifts. Don’t be afraid of being alone. We all need a little silence every now then, but loneliness, I wish on no one…