Write For Yourself
Cyril Connolly, an English literary critic and writer, said, "Better to write for yourself and have no public than to write for the public and have no self." Many of us write, post and record to impress others. We miss the opportunity for true self-awareness and live in a state of wanting to impress those around us. We crave comments, likes, and acknowledgement from others. Your true creative spirit is unlocked when you write for yourself, with no expectation that others will read it or pass judgement. It's another one of the many powerful reasons to journal. Mr Connolly had it right, "Better to write for yourself and have no public than to write to the public and have no self." Write for yourself and express your true ideas, feelings, emotions and imaginative ponderings. © GB
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