November 30, 2012



One of the ways in which I vindicate myself, despite the tight schedule every day is by journaling. It’s my fashion of archiving daily routines. Writing is not everybody’s cup of tea. It takes good number of practices and consistency to come up with finest piece of write up. Writing a journal on a regular basis helps to explore ourselves and deepen our thoughts. It is a fun way of recalling our past memories as well.

Often I land up in literary disorder called writer’s block, the state 
where my thoughts completely get literally empty. But that doesn't obviate me from writing anymore. Instead it endows me with another avenue to showcase my passion for literature. At times even putting up a sentence seems like a herculean task but I simply defend it with modest pedagogic adage, “if there is will there is way”. Like any other write up, journaling also needs constant practice and pace. We can’t expect the progress to be rapid at one go. All it takes is steady practice and hard work blended with curiosity and courage.

Great writers and authors did not spring up overnight. It took ample of time and determination to reach for the stars. They too failed several times. What made them different was their will to climb up the hill with courage no matter how many times they fell down.

Just to quench my thirst for journaling, I always make it a point to pen down at least 200 words every night before I board onto my bed and If not by wrestling with words of wise man. I can see much of gradual progress in my work and that’s what nudges my motivation the most. A good piece of write up is one which kindles excitement and inquisitive to the readers and that would make them feel real. The beauty of it forever hangs around in the mind of the readers.

I had grown too comfortable in my writing task, the joyride of my thoughts. It not only enlightens me with provoking views but also saves my craving for the literature to be alive. Beside it also ponders my strength of expressing visionary ideas into words. Moreover, it is a good way of introspecting my own thought and ideas. Letting people realize through expressed words speaks far better than orally awakening them.

Nonetheless, the pleasure of getting drowned in the sea of journaling is massive as it hardwires my joy for it. I also get opportunity to keep myself occupied and it is a way of getting rid of leisure time wisely. The prime benefit of journaling is keeping update on one’s own thought and furthering the richness of literature. 

For me journaling is like keeping myself awake. Just like any other activities, it broadens my mind and evaluates my actions.

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