Why I Write
From the moment I learned how to write, I have felt the need to write. To unleash and release my thoughts, emotions, ideas, reflections and opinions onto a page in the form of the written word. In some ways, writing is my preferred means of communication. When I write everything feels right.
When I write, I am able to see different aspects and versions of myself. All of the multifaceted pieces of me and gain the perspective needed to appreciate all of these pieces. A perspective I might not have gained elsewhere or from any other source.
Writing is my connection to God. To the divine world that surrounds us, but is oftentimes forgotten in the so called ‘reality’ that we find ourselves in. Writing is my solace and my sacred place, where I find healing. Writing is one of my favorite forms of self care.
I have written myself through many hard and joyous times, and I have written myself well. Writing is as essential to me as the air that I breathe, and my soul feels peace and satisfaction in being able to share the pieces of me with you. Maybe, just maybe, my writing inspires you to write more, for fun, and just for the sake of writing, and all of the beauty and magic that writing brings.