Write through the darkest hour of your daylight

Write about what matters, go for what is important. Find the extreme describe and define that extreme, there you might find the truth of yourself, your story,your character. The deeper meaning can only lay somewhere far beyond. Make it far enough and people will follow you and help you look for and then find what is the meaning of your story, your article, your character.
Push boundaries. Go places where you are not safe. Go places where you have never been. Places you are afraid to name. Go there and give them a name. Find yourself and that barren and unfriendly and lonely place. There you too will meet the raison d’etre of your story, of your effort. You will help define who you are as a person by exploring what you didn’t want to look at or write about. Find a space you can call home, tell yourself what your place is on this earth but you will too help your reader to get closer to his and her own self by making them face their fear and anxieties. Give their despair and loneliness a name.
Help them cope with the fact that we are all lonely but that there is an invisible community holding your hand, walking with you in the barren and unfriendly land that is your life in the dark hours of the morning, in the darkest of your daylight hours.


Writing as the essential of me

Writing as the essential of me. Writing is what makes me as a person and defines my humanity. Writing is what makes me a better human being. Writing is a way to connect and to construct my relationship with the world close by and at large. Through writing i communicate with people and places i will never see and never speak to or share their bit of earth with for a time.
Writing creates my link with the environment and with the people on this world. I write about them, talk to them, sometimes create them to suit my current ideas and concepts.
Writing is what establishes me as a person. A person who cares and observes and notices things that are difficult to live with at times and who needs to observe the reality of being alive on a deeper level to understand what makes the world go round and what makes our fellow humans do what they do.
Writing helps me to understand and explain to myself the unspoken rules that rule the world. The spokes that turn and turn us around with them. Why do we do what we do and why do we say what we say?
And we overhear people talk and we laugh with them and sometimes but not cruelly at them. We cry with them and we are angry with them. Writing is what being me, is all about. Writing is how i communicate with other