When you write, you realize what you’re thinking. We usually remember almost everything we write. Giving your opinion therefore allows you to retain that you have heard or seen.
When you look around, it’s easier to keep the world around you. But then, through writing, you compare that you find (...)
Imagination makes us believing to write. To be imaginative, we only have to think about a situation we would like to have. You subconsciously think like that when you do nothing. So we write when we have nothing else to do.
After thinking comes inspiration. This may be an answer to a past (...)
We like to write because we write for ourselves. We are always less efficient when we don’t do what we want. However, while not writing out with will, we can, if we knows our technique, adjust this uncertainty preventing to be clear. We can try to learn our technique. Uncertainty can question (...)
It is written :
* Emotions, memories, and apprehensions.
* The image of that we are or perceive.
* That we think, our opinion.
You only write what you perceive or feel, thanks to your opinion. It allows you to feel your memories, your environment.
Second, being able to transmit your message (...)
When we write we define. If we use the wrong words, the speech cannot be understood.
A word, it is :
* Sounds or letters.
* A story or a secret.
* A meaning defining the word.
Indeed, words have existed since prehistory. At first, only numbers existed, to trade. It is thought that idleness (...)