by Matthieu Giroux
Writing is first and foremost about rising. We flourish when we grow very quickly in a field we do not know much about. Areas that we know little are unknown, because we have specialized. We can grow when we have a homogeneous mind, both listening and opened.
When we look at children, we see that some people listen a lot and that others tell a lot. While growing up you can stay stubborn and not change your favorite subject. We see that children whom listen speak with those whom listen. There is the same way with children telling.
To write, you have to talk about something sensible to be interesting. Those who grow up with completely different people can tell something sensible at best.
Write something that talks about someone you want to understand ...