In the history of my life, writing has ever been my passion. The greatest apart from reading, I can tell you. I can hardly mask my glee whenever I get a good time and a good book to read. And once I finished a writing I feel so accomplished.
By definition, writers are passionate creatures.
Your days are spent huddled over a keyboard, tap tap tapping out portions of your soul and nuggets of your imagination. As writers, we are among the fortunate few who are actually doing something we love. Yes there are struggles, both financial and personal. But we have the ability and talent to shape words into tangible expressions that can inspire, educate, and entertain.
There is a real fulfillment and joy in that. As much as we love the craft, part of our calling as writers should be to stretch ourselves beyond the calling to write. You can be a good writer by tapping into the passion of being a writer.
You can be an exquisite writer by tapping into the passion of being yourself. You are a complex, multidimensional, ever-evolving individual.
You owe it to yourself, to your craft, and to your readers to explore all of the nooks and crannies of who you are. Let me present this scenario as an example. My daughter is a ballet dancer, and I have been around student and professional dancers for many years.
An extremely talented student dancer is enchanting to watch. She is technically proficient and stunningly fluid and graceful.
An experienced professional dancer is rapturous and heart-wrenching to watch. Technical abilities and gracefulness are second nature.
What shines through so poignantly is her soul. You see her life experiences, joys, wounds, loves, and values, all played out before you. You see these emotions in the movements of her body, the myriad of expressions on her face, the subtleties of timing, and her invisible connection with the audience.
It is pristine, exquisite, breathtaking.
Dancers and actors spend a lot of time exploring themselves to perfect their crafts. It is one thing to be a proficient dancer or actor. It is quite another to be an inspired and passionate artist. An inspired and passionate writer must do the same, for writing is an art as well.
So how does one go about poking around inside to find this passion? It takes a little time and work.
It takes stepping away from busyness to look within. The deeper you dig, the greater the reward. In fact, the payoff can be tremendous. Along the way, you might learn things about yourself that will open amazing new doors of possibility and discovery for your work and your life.
From my own experience, I see this discovery work as a very strategic process.I have been pursuing my passion for writing for about two years. It all started with the discovery of The Beautiful Blonde Library Angel.
This discovery led me to writing an entire page book devoted to her. Now, this chapter is over and it is time for me to make the transition from The World Of. 5 Reasons Writing Is My Passion "Writing is the painting of the voice." However, once I discovered my natural skills at writing and organizing papers, I slowly turned my fear into my primary interest.
One chapter is at least 50 pages of text book readings. Also, don't forget you have to outline all this reading because you know you are. Stop Asking Yourself "What's My Passion?" and Start Asking This Instead: Because, really, what is passion? When she's not indulging in a new book or video game, she's thinking about, talking about, or writing about careers.
. Oct 16, · In the history of my life, writing has ever been my passion. The greatest apart from reading, I can tell you. I can hardly mask my glee whenever I get a good time and a good book to read. Can reading be a passion? Update Cancel. ad by EverQuote.
But my Passion didn't die only by the surrounding where my classmates had no intention or love to knowing how to make taste those books were offering. . my friends were sleeping but I was sitting around a corner and reading the book of my interest with my dictionary.
I didn't. By IS. The passion I have for writing is a feeling of peace and tranquility The desire to inspire myself ambitiously A sense of freedom without actually being free.