Writing Does Not Freeze Us, It Frees Us!

Dear aspiring writer,

In learning the art of writing, we can get caught up in trying to write the right thing.

Wouldn’t it be better to let the emotion of a certain memory set you free?

You can try this by exploring your feelings when you pay attention to the world around you.

Your exploration will bring out specific emotions that are tied to it.

Letting your feelings go by acknowledging them on the page can serve as a form of therapy.

Instead of worrying what to write or how to write, just do it! Go for it.

Writing gets better in the act of it. If you wanted to exercise, you wouldn’t buy a book on exercise and then sit down.

The change occurs in the doing!

So go forth and do!

Unfreeze yourself and free yourself!

Just write and it’ll be enough.


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Published by Sidra Ansari

Hi, I'm Sidra Ansari- author, freelance writer and teacher. I have recently written a book called Finding Peace Through Prayer and Love, published by Beacon Books. Check it out on Amazon! I began writing with the hope of representing people like me in the world of words. Whether it’s in articles, fictional pieces online or words in a physical book; representation matters! I love hearing from you so get in touch if my words resonate! It keeps me going 😃… Peace and love x

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