Why Writers Should Keep Writing

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You cannot know for sure every one your writing helps. Not everyone will leave reviews, emails, or broadcast to the world how your vulnerability saved their life. Some people silently depend on the wisdom of your words, like pieces of salvation scribbled in ink. Some people are thirsty to hear your voice, and they wait for you to gather the courage to wrap them in that red cape we call writing. They are waiting for you to make them heroes to whatever suffering led them here. Not everyone is looking for words that are pretty either, cute, cuddly, and attractive looking. Some people need not be coddled but scorned out of comfort zones and disciplined out of negligence. Writers should keep writing because they are saviors to people they may never know.

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I write to restore Black Historical Truth for the freedom of all people. Visit me online at yecheilyahysrayl.com and @yecheilyah on IG and Twitter.

12 thoughts on “Why Writers Should Keep Writing”

  1. Oh yes…writing is a gift from God because not all people are writers so whenever you write some how is like you are speaking to someone out there and you actually bringing comfort and meaning in their lives and the most interesting part for you as a writer is you never know when that happens and you don’t know to whom but at the end of the day you making a difference…😉

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  2. Beautiful and powerful! I am a new author and recently became a blogger. I found blogging to be very therapeutic, “it prevents and cures the illness of the soul and mind.” I find great encouragement when my readers reach out to me to tell me how they felt inspired and encouraged by my writing. Feel free to check my website and blog and my book too! http://www.authorjoannereed.net

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