Take It Easy Hubbers
So writing, well it can be difficult sometimes I mean one can’t just go on with fairy tales everyday you know. Sometimes you’re all excited and proud of yourself after reading your literature but sometimes it’s all like “let’s just quit” .This quit attitude gives us a much needed reality check and these are the phases which teach us “the writers” a very important lesson of that “nothing comes easy” ,which later on makes our whole prospective of writing different. Through such phases in which we are “out of content” we learn that the content was always in front of us and all it took to recognise it was just a glimpse on it and after we get over this phase it leaves us more mature as a writer. After learning about the content, ideas run toward us and it all just seems so right again.
When we get to learn that how we earn these ideas to write on we just don’t care about the critics or for a while about the readers. We just pick up our pen and start writing as fast as a horse but yet as deep as a well. I have seen a lot of hubers crying and complaining about their scores but do they really matter if you are only writing because of your passion, I mean scores will improve automatically if you start writing your heart out without caring about the score. We have seen a lot of writers in the history who wrote something new and something unique according to their times and today we call them legends which I think is the right term. We call them legends because they had the guts to stand up against the constant fear of failure.
It never comes easy sometimes we keep thinking for hours and sometimes it’s all a matter of 10 minutes. We cancel writing a novel or a short story after going half way through or more. We have to select the right word, appropriate lines and charactersketches, I mean it’s a lot of we have to think about before and while writing. Even if we write something we have to go over and over again to check for plagiarism, grammatical mistakes and a lot of other things.
So I would like to end by saying that criticizing is a choice not mandatory and I do accept that without the critics one cannot become mature as a writer because they tell us our wrongs and mistakes but still we should at least thing about one’s efforts before going all gaga on it.