I would like to ask a question. Please understand that this is not a sign of discouragement, but rather a question I'm curious about. My question is this: with so much already written, why do you write?
FOR ME: Writing is a way to tune into NOW.
What am I thinking that could be relevant and interesting to others? To express these thoughts is pure fun.
Also writing helps the thinking process, tuning into reality and developing wisdom, understanding and knowledge.
... to me writing is a more valid/meaningful activity than art… and I am an artist!
"The highest good is that which is for the sake of itself and something else."
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