by Matthieu Giroux
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 the reader. While improving, we write well even in uncertainty.
So few desires lead us, putting ourselves in a situation, questioning allows us to rise. Uncertainty can be a writing’s way, a style.
We care about others because we understand each other better. We don’t do it at first, but will and questioning allow us to explore that we don’t know.
When do I like to write?