As I was browsing the internet for feedback on my short stories, I noticed that most groups I found were full of people trying to sell their books instead of offering constructive criticism. It made me question whether writing was just a means to make money, and whether all artists end up struggling to make ends meet. In that moment, I decided that the only reward I want from writing is the satisfaction of the craft itself.
Like many young authors, I started writing for small groups of people and my stories were initially just for entertainment. But over time, I began incorporating my own philosophies into my work, which led me to realize that sharing my ideas with others was important. Although my perspectives are based on my own experiences, they are valuable and worth sharing with others.
Our world is full of beauty, and it’s something we can’t own or control. We’re all on this journey together, searching for a hidden secret, and the more information we share, the better off we’ll be. No one leaves this earth alive, so let’s make the most of our time here and appreciate the beauty around us.
Writing is a form of art that helps us communicate with one another, and it’s something that comes naturally to all of us. It’s important to acknowledge this basic need and embrace it, as it can be a powerful tool for personal and social growth.
We live in a world that no longer satisfies our needs, but we’re hesitant to let go of the past and embrace change. We’re afraid of what might happen if everything we know collapses, but we need to take a step back and recognize all that we’ve accomplished. We’ve created beautiful cities and roads, and we have access to wealth and technology that was once unimaginable. But despite all of this progress, we struggle to take a break and spend time with our loved ones.
I understand that the fears and needs of previous generations have been passed down to us, but I refuse to continue on a destructive path. I’m committed to creating a better system, even if it means taking a risk and following a path that may not lead to financial success. For those who are solely focused on making money, I wish you luck, but I hope you’ll also take the time to appreciate the beauty around you and embrace the power of art and communication.