Write to relate


“What if I don’t write right?”…There is no such thing, writing is the interpretation of words into thought into words. Writing is emotion coming through your fingers channeled into impressions. Writing is the ability to formulate your mind into a translatable language. Writing is art, art is freedom, freedom is connecting, and that is beautiful.

6 responses to “Write to relate

  1. It is necessary to write, if the days are not to slip emptily by. How else, indeed, to clap the net over the butterfly of the moment? For the moment passes, it is forgotten; the mood is gone; life itself is gone. That is where the writer scores over his fellows: he catches the changes of his mind on the hop. ~Vita Sackville-West

    Writing is a socially acceptable form of schizophrenia. ~E.L. Doctorow

    🙂 write on!!

    (((Reema))) Great Quotes!!! Write On!!! 😀

  2. Write right? Only for academic papers, I guess…

    I agree that writing is an art. Art is freedom. A connection. Beautiful. Yes, I agree with you. Writing is the language of our souls as their voices are unheard to us, buried under mortal flesh.

    ((Glaize))) Beautiful! the language is buried so deep…

  3. Writing is like painting with words..both are heart and soul messages.


    How could you not write?

    How could I not paint?

    That would be like starvation or not breathing. :O

    Sending you energies of creativity and peace of heart!

    (((Gypsy))) Thank you for your energies… you are a flame in the darkest of nights…

  4. dear enreal,

    I believe, that the writer decides wether it is right or wrong. The reader decides wether the text speaks to him or not.

    (((rainer))) indeed my friend, indeed… you speak volumes to me

  5. The world of writing is boundless and is unrestricted by the norms of society. Writing can help shape the collective mind and transform the world.

    (((leafless))) profound message… I would have to agree 110%

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