How do you ease the pressure of writing something which can touch people, and you proud of it later?
We all know that when we write, you have to write things which have meaning and can drive a person to think big and imagine whatever that you wrote, you have to let people enjoy what you wrote, grab the attention and make them want to read more. something which can touch ones heart or maybe if he/she is in the same situation will feel better or motivated after they have read what you wrote, and say that's my role model or I am motivated by his /her writings.
Why put so much "pressure" on your writing? You're not going to create a world-changing epic every time. Write what you feel, and about what you like. If others dig it, cool. If not, write something else and try again. Otherwise it will become a grind.
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