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Do you like to initiate conversations only when it is absolutely necessary? Your answer to that question is somewhat relevant to this blog. You don’t have to necessarily get out of being an introvert. However, like every extrovert in the world, your story is worth sharing.
Yes, instead of talking out loud about your opinions you can write them, script them, have your own journal. Self-journal is one of the first things to do when it comes to self-realization. It is just amazing that this world is filled with millions and millions of people, each are unique with their ideas, their way of living, their taste and so on. To understand the difference, say for example you are reading a book and writing a review about it, that is your point of view and which is definitely unique and no one can think the same way you are. There will be positive feedback, negative feedback and some goes neutral.
Looking at the physical way, we humans have the same chemical compounds except few differences, like the DNA. My point is, no one can hesitate the fact that you are unique. Hence, when you try writing whatever comes to your mind while you don’t want to make real life conversations with people around you, those words will be unique too.
Some great writers in the world admit one common factor, they say “our thought process is so unstable and which is one of the main recipe when it comes to writing”. Don’t you agree? Not sure if you noticed, every time when you think about controlling your thoughts, they go insanely out of control. Your mind never stops thinking, ever! Even while you are asleep, it sets an auto pilot mode and starts its own show, which we call ‘dream’. J.K.Rowling, the writer of Harry Potter series, got the whole idea for a story of a young boy attending a school of wizardry while she was on a four-hour delayed train trip. Can you believe it? You will never know when you will crack your golden egg.
And moreover writing can improve your life in a positive way. Think about this, you are planning to write two lines everyday in your diary on what happened that day and what is the positive outcome of it. Do it for a month, you will be surprised to see how positive your thoughts about life improves. You can write even some negative thoughts like your anger, unavoidable sadness, little jealous and so on. And when you pen them down on a paper, those negative thoughts may just disappear like water vapor or may not make any sense at the later point of time. Writing is definitely a good habit and we have so much of positive benefits.
Do you have this wish? A wish to freeze your time whenever you like to collect all your beautiful moments in a possible slow-mo-capture and watch it. Well, writing can make this happen. You have a great possibility to write down your moments, you are literally freezing your moment and standing still on the clock. I am sure you must have heard this, good listeners are good speakers. This rule stands true for writing too, good readers are good writers. Read everything you find, your inspiration got to be hidden in some books or some author or some articles or some blogs. What are you waiting for? Start writing your mind. Cheers!
PS: I wrote this 6 years ago. Now a days, instead of writing, I am podcasting! 🙂