Arduous Journey of Creativity

You can brood, feel extremely frustrated, offend people, appear egoistic, a victim of perceptions, get criticised, be ignored, become an object of jealousy, objectified, stultified, discouraged, encouraged by veiled sarcasm, ostracised All this can happen all at the same time or at various moments in a writer’s life, but they should never keep their pen down and allow them to be dry. Blank pages won’t … Continue reading Arduous Journey of Creativity

Writing- Past, Present, and Future

Writing is a blessing! It gives the writer an opportunity to chronicle the past, present, and possible future. A sense of prescience guides the writer to live in all three realities. It’s interesting, exhilarating, and tiring while wandering through the realms and spending energy in finding the truth. The relevance of writing encompasses the entire spectrum of life. Understanding the subtle and relentless nuances of … Continue reading Writing- Past, Present, and Future

If you Wish to Write

If you really wish to write you have to fall in love with the language. There is no other escape other than to surrender every day to it. If not, there will be a time when feelings crowd your heart and question you for not expressing them adequately. They will keep tormenting you, and your writing will appear wobbly; nervous writing usually doesn’t do justice to those passionate feelings. When you look within as a writer, to seek inspiration, reminisce, … Continue reading If you Wish to Write

More than Storytelling

There will be an attempt to drain the life of vital forces with all sorts of negative thoughts and actions that will disrupt the flow of life from time to time. Storytelling of the distorted types will inculcate aggressive thought processes, only to jeopardise the internal mechanism of perceiving life from a completely antithetical viewpoint. Gradually the lethargy sets in; to take control of the mind to influence and tutor it to decide on some inelegant actions … Continue reading More than Storytelling

Mundane Tragic Elements

While writing tragedies and eulogizing them with the intention of not only an artistic purpose but also to generate intense emotions, it becomes a habit of tragic-philosophical expression in a mundane language. While scrutinizing life there is a chance of missing out the subconscious darkness that casts a shadow on a piece of writing. Literature is about exploring all the elements of life, the positive and negative, and creating a balanced view through mature interpretations of life. To emphasize … Continue reading Mundane Tragic Elements

Writer’s Perspective

Writing is not a task. It is much more than narrating from the peripheral consciousness or just being aware for the sake of flaunting the impressive array of words. A conscious individual’s relationship with the self and humanity! It is not just the culture, thoughts, and historical perspectives but also the subconscious world. This holds much more relevance than we attribute to other factors while interpreting and judging … Continue reading Writer’s Perspective

Read, Reflect, and Write

Your writing reflects what you read. Reading is an essential lifeline that keeps the mind running beyond the boundaries. Any genre of literature is like an unknown wandering with twists and turns. How the mind maneuvers through unknown territory while gathering knowledge, depend on interpretation skills. Even to read your own work and craft them with essential creative philosophies require keen eyes. Publish what you … Continue reading Read, Reflect, and Write

Earnest Writing

Writing falls apart if they do not discuss the philosophical aspects of thoughts. Somewhere, the mind is inspired, disturbed, excited, and determined to translate them as convincingly possible. Myriad thoughts provoke the mind to write! When life itself is a philosophy, the thoughts, actions, and consequences are part of that philosophical belief system. The soul is in a synergistic relationship with philosophical existence. Birthed from … Continue reading Earnest Writing

Writer’s Catharsis

Writing is a cathartic process in the sense that one can clarify many unsolved, distressing, and agonizing situations in life with logical interpretations. The troubling incidents tie life in a knot, and writing can be the most purifying experience after dealing with persistent turmoil. It is not easy to resolve all needling issues at that very moment but as one regains balance to introspect, there … Continue reading Writer’s Catharsis

The Passion for Writing

The only cure for writing is to write even more; there isn’t any distraction that is persistent and bold enough to pull away from this journey. It’s not the temptations of words, but a strong persuasion of the heart to translate the secret conversations. They need to be there; rest on the blank pages and cushion their restlessness. For a while, everything feels insipid, colourless, … Continue reading The Passion for Writing