Blogging – A Writer’s Best Friend
In our world today, technology seems to move so fast that diaries can now be written online. Though privacy may not be observed while you do the “blogging”, this serves as an immediate outlet for our feelings. But, what is blogging? The World Wide Web is a collective network of information where one can access in any location. Web log, the contraction of the word “blog”, is a web site, where one can post discussions, articles, or any other data. Like in music, this is a new genre for writers.
Human as we are, it is inevitable to experience situations like we are most happy or depressed and as compensation, we look for an outlet to vent out this feelings. Writing – the hand-written one is somehow underrated these days. Due to some of its disadvantages like spending too much time doing the writing compared as to just typing it, most of us find it easy to just type it and put it somewhere in the web where others can read and relate to what we have written. It is our natural way of knowing what we have written can make an impact or somehow, make the readers feel the way we feel. Let’s take Politics for example, since election is about to come.
A lot of articles have been written regarding who’s the appropriate person to be the next “President”. Different point of views, often debates in some social networks I have read, of whom they will vote for the upcoming elections. See? Blogging enhances our senses. Not just blogging but writing itself. When we think of something what to write, our body reacts and activates our endorphins to generate ideas. Our creative juices come out especially when we are pressured. Our natural fighting reflexes eventually lead us to assert what we think is right. And that’s how we keep on going. We read, write and learn. Sometimes we commit mistakes and eventually we’ll learn from it. What more can we do in blogging? I know it’s not just politics that’s sizzling hot this year. Issues regarding weather changes and calamities have caught our attention. This series of earthquakes happening in different parts of the world is something and we can’t just disregard the thought of it. People around the world are alarmed with what they call “signs” written on the Bible.
Writing – a tool for greater ideas, and what we have written is something that we pass on to the next generation. We feel free when we write, but we are also responsible for what we write. For me, writing is where one can exist, even if existence seems so unreal. You can be someone whom you wanted to be by means of your imagination and believing you can do what others think you can’t do. Write like you’ve always wanted to sing your heart out. Write everything even if it’s too shallow. Write as much as you can even if there are no words coming out. Write and be right, to the fullest of your capacity. And you can write to yourself, saying, “I am the best!” That’s a writer, a lover of their passion and a fighter even if not always a winner.