To express myself, to release stress, to share thoughts and ideas, to express joy and triumph, all kinds of reasons, but those are some that I can pinpoint this minute. I enjoy that creative part of myself, while all of my writings on Hubpages are based on true experiences, I love to write, period. Been doing it since I was very young.
1. I exercise my fine motor skills. 2. I formulate my thoughts into coherent sentences. (Coherent? I hope so... LOL) 3. I enjoy the process. 4. It helps me achieve closure on certain issues - once it is written, it leaves my mind... 5. I love words. 6. It helps me remember. 7. It is one of the creative outlets that is open for everyone.
I think all writing is creative - even if it is only writing "To Do Lists".
I write because it is as necessary as breathing to me. I heal, feel, love, rage, praise, confirm...all thru this keyboard. If I stopped I am certain I would go insane. Art and writing are what keep me sane...welcome to my sanity!
The reason why you write actually has a big impact on how you write and what you write about, and understand that identifying this reason can actually help you write better and work faster towards achieving that goal.
I write because it's what comes naturally to me. Writing is the thing I feel I'm best at without effort on my part. By "best at" I mean compared to my other interests and activities, not that I think I write better than everyone else, for the record.
In school and offline, my writing has always stood out and it seems to be a way to indulge the more eccentric quirks of my personality without starting a riot. You call someone an idiot in person: they may punch you. You write 450 words of hilarity and context about how they're an idiot and...well they'll still probably punch you if they can find you but the audience would enjoy the exchange more.
I write for fear of being forgotten, by giving my thoughts to paper, I'm leaving a part of myself that will endure and even if one person in a million years reads something I write, I will not have been completely forgotten!
i write because i want to express my deepest feelings and emotions. i know i belong to old school to our new generation with my age at 24 i love to write love letters to the one i love the sincerity is there
I write so that one day someone may read my work or works and be inspired. If i can change one person's life, then i have done my job as a writer. The money is merely a bonus to an already fulfilling reward.
Why do you write? Why is it important for artist to make art and for writers to write?Do you think, we as writers, artists, musicians make a difference to our world?I, for one, did not grow up in an environment that...