Five years from now would you even read your own work? This question can be quite challenging.
As we immerse ourselves in writing, we forget how much value and sustainability the work has; whether it will have the tenacity to reason with changing dynamics of society.
Writing is about introspecting about the now, yet, always keeping an eye on the future (foresight) to imagine the possibilities that may arise. Stories should be a continuation and have sensibilities encompassing human capabilities.
A writer who can delve into the human psychology (if not distracted by the popular sentiments manufactured by the daily meddling of the human minds through various social stirrings) to create a story which will be sympathetic to their inherent feelings can continually communicate with the readers.
Shaping a piece of writing with someone else’s tool (pen) and borrowed ink can only provide the algorithmic euphoria, but it’s inability to withstand the test of time will initiate a frisson, and eventually, its disintegration. The pieces of those pieces of work will barely be recognized by the uncaring eyes which have moved on to other distractions.
The asymmetric nature of stories and arrhythmic feelings will surely stimulate a convulsive drama. Storytelling is the art of portraying the most passionate sentiments in a creative manner. The emphasis should be on creativity, rather than on some abrupt and jarring languages to garner attention.
A story which is even discredited by the writer (creator), has the potential to revolt and expose the facade of insincere creativity.