When did you know that writing was a necessity for your balance & well being?
Shakespeare said that "on the touch of love everyone becomes a poet". So I think that in my life when I started to feel the meaning of life and started to get mentally mature I started to feel that writing is much more than just writing but it is important for my well being.
When I realized that I'd rather read a novel then go shopping at the mall, hahaha. Everyday I found myself reading, soon I became completely inspired by it. I wanted to be a writer, I wanted to have the same effect Authors had on me. I wanted my writing to inspire people, exactly how I was inspired. That's when I knew.
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