Why Is Writing Important?

“This is how you do it: you sit down at the keyboard and you put one word after another until its done. It’s that easy, and that hard.”

  1. Neil Gaiman

Welcome to The Daily Buzz, Yellow Scribe’s daily writer’s blog. We’re here to help you write and most importantly – publish that book! Today’s article deals with the relevance of writing, as a whole!

Writing is nothing but a form given to your thoughts. However since the ancient times, writing has been an art. The way your words appeal to the readers and the profound creativity you use, matters a lot. Be it real life stories or fictional ones, creativity needs to be present everywhere. It’s an inevitable guest in the house of writing! After all, writing isn’t just all about the data you scribble on that paper! It also expects an extraordinary way of presenting it.

Here, in this article, I will be discussing the relevance of writing, through a step by step approach.

Writing – As A Weapon!

Writing is an art and a powerful weapon to let your thoughts flee. In short, writing provides wings to your thought processes which could reach to a large number of audience. Especially, if you are covering certain problems in the society and are wishing a reformation!

Want A Hike In Your Imagination Levels?

Through writing, it is possible to increase our imagination and creativity levels. The urge to make our write – ups unique and different, actuates and fuels us towards proper content.

Where Would Have Books Come From?

Books are our best friends. If writers never existed, then who would have written those amazing books for us to read and enter eternal bliss?

Helps Spread Messages!

Writing helps spread incredible thoughts and messages which would inspire the readers. In short, writing is a help to humanity! For instance, we can consider this article, which would definitely help inject some encouragement into the future authors!

Want To Be A Good Planner? Take Up Writing!

Writing makes us efficient in proper planning and presentation. This is evident as we decide on a good plot for our story and plan the next twist in it. As far as presentation is concerned, we learn the veracious ways of presenting the characters, the story and the suspense factor. However, this isn’t limited to storytelling. No matter what we write, it has to be well prepared, planned, and presented in order to win the audience.

Coaxes Into Thinking Logically!

Writing exercises our brain ‘muscles’ and leads us into thinking logically. After all, everything we write, needs to be logical enough for people to accept it, right?

Reading Is Encouraged!

Writing encourages us to read more and more, since we are compelled to increase our vocabulary and diction. The more we read, the more knowledge we receive, and the more are we inspired to write efficiently. However, reading too motivates one to get into writing. This makes it a subjective process. But a thing that can’t be denied is the extraordinary relation of reading and writing.

Wanna Be Witty?

Writers are usually considered mature, systematic and philosophical. They are usually portrayed as the wittiest of people. With experience in writing, they develop a great approach towards life and its problems since they are mostly aware of them.

Gain Insight!

Writers gain an insight with experience as their creativity keeps rising. I agree that every writer isn’t mature, but if you get into the nitty – gritty of the profession, you will definitely start loving it and your philosophical views, shall automatically take toll on you!

Impacts Your Personality!

Writing has an impact on almost every aspect of your life. The way you think, the way you behave, the way you lead your life, the attitude you exhibit, the personality you showcase, and the character you develop are all influenced. Writers usually experience changes in them for the good, with time and experience of course. As stated earlier, these changes are mostly due to the better understanding of one’s own life.

Thus, I would conclude stating that, though writing is a powerful mode of communication, it has a huge impact on that particular person as well. A writer feels well acquainted with life and experiences self – motivation! He finds life entangling itself for him! Everything seems positive! In short, writing leaves a lasting impression on the thought processes of individuals!

“If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write.”

  1. Martin Luther

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