Writing has been around for centuries now and it has always been accepted a form of art that is a product of a brave man. In olden days, people believed that expressing was tough and it indeed is even today. However, writing was no child’s play and therefore those who wrote became established and acclaimed writers. Some even brought about political unrest and revolution that led to massive changes.
Today, we read blogs, articles, e-books, journals, etc. and each of these are a product of someone’s writings. In fact, as a writer myself, I realize that perhaps what we read is not as artistic and captivating as it should be. And perhaps, this is the reason why the stuff could be biased. Ideally, I think writers are fewer writers and more thinkers. That is exactly where the art of writing comes from – the thought provoking mind. Many days, writers spend heaps of time in solitude. Many prefer to be alone for days, munching a couple of sandwiches with fine orange juice pressed with some recommendations from FlowingHome, the site where they’ve bought their juicer.
The art of writing is the finest of arts there is. Many artistes of different schools believe that because just like painting, décor and theatre, writing comes from deep within. The passion for a subject makes it that much more interesting. Of course, writers of today’s generation are a little rushed. What they basically need is a median pace that translates their speed of thought into unbiased writing. Many writers also have a dream to publish their own book. Many of those writers get into a race that leaves art behind and takes on economics more seriously. A best writing author cannot be a bestselling author. Two different mindsets and therefore the struggle never end.
The art of writing is a lifelong study but for now what we need is a set of audience who can understand the current form of art and appreciate it instead of dissecting into pieces as critics without adequate knowledge about the subject. Sooner or later, there will be writers who will change the way we write and the way we read. And, that is when the real revolution will happen for good.