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Becoming Positive
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Article published on 17 November 2018

by Matthieu Giroux

Being positive makes it possible to write healthily. Thinking that we can write later is harmful to writing. Similarly, reflexes which consist to dwell on that is wrong do not help, if we do not have the desire to improve our faults.

We are positive if our past speaks to us, if we are surrounded, if our dreams build our lives, if we help those around us, if someone needs us, if we are comforted and supported.

Our environment or our past creates our positivism. At first we are all positive. If our past is negative, we need to change our future for our ego, through writing.

The reader likes to comfort himself while reading. If we’re not positive or reporters, they’ll blame us. We become journalists, answering to the questions we ask ourselves, using our environment.

The writing allows to review itself. Positivism is a way to show his opinion of an unexplored path. Humour is a way to escape the seriousness of a liking flaw. Simplicity allows to be understood. Naivety makes it possible to question himself.

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