earlier, to take a break from my studies........ but now i just write......with no reason........
I write for a variety of reasons. Not only because I enjoy the craft of writing. But also love to share stories through words with others, whom I hope find some inspiration from them. But most of all I write because I love to write and it is a great means of meditation and relaxation for me. A great outlet if you will, that puts me in an imaginary little place, away from the rest of the world, where I can put words on paper and make them come to life.
I write because ever since I was young, before I even put pen to paper, writing was a part of me. As a youngster I dreamed of becoming a professional writer, a horror fiction writer to be more precise.
I didn't actually make a go of writing until a year ago. So much time lost, although still only 31 I have plenty of time to do what I love.
I dream of buying a home in the countryside with a loft where I do all my writing and planning.
When I write, I feel amazing. I was born to communicate in written words and I can no longer keep my dream on hold.
I write to express my feelings, my thoughts and to help others by sharing my knowledge and I write so that one day I may become a full-time writer and work from anywhere I choose.
Good question! Why do you write?
It's enjoyable, peaceful, and people seem to enjoy viewing it on occasion. That's what helps.
I write out of necessity. Because my heart is restless, can not bear thinking about something and not share. I write because it is good for my soul and my body, which meets and relax when I'm writing.
I write to find parts of me that still did not know and comes up during the writing.
I hope I answered your question clearly, Blondie.
To relax my mind. Writing helps me to clear my mind and relax. It is like talking with someone and feel relax with that person.
I am writing for only making money because I need more than everything now.
Because I have to. I don't always feel I have a choice. Yesterday a piece came to me in just a few minutes and as I was writing I realised I was writing a dedication to my father who died many years ago. I had no consious intention to do that. I write because it allows my subconsious a voice....
I like it. Er. Bit more required I suppose.
I have a vast store of interesting anecdotes to tell. Not really.
I know. I can research stuff and present it in bite sized chunks for easy assimilation. Nope.
I just like it.
I'm pretty reclusive in "real life," meaning that I don't have a whole lot of local friends that are interested in the things that I am interested in, so I like to express myself on the web. I think that creating good hubs is really an art, and that self expression here on Hubpages is a great way to indulge my creative side.
Of course so far as making money here on HP is concerned, getting too creative, or abstract. . . .won't really work, but I can do creative writing here simply for self expression, and that is fine too.
I also write because I sometimes get a lot of positive feedback from my writing - so I feel like it would be a shame for me to not use any talent that I might have.
Spread our knowledge to the whole world and
want to help of the people who have lot of
concept i think their concept will be clear after read my article
what else .but different people write for
It's a coping mechanism for me! When I don't feel like dealing with any thing else, I escape to HubPages or to my journal. It helps me let off steam (not that I'm griping)! And just knowing I'm being heard makes me feel better. Here I can talk about and focus on things I enjoy and am interested in.
I write to share my ideas to others. By writing, I let somebody else know things in my mind; I can remind others who have forgotten which way to go; and writing also give me broad chance to improve my English.
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