If you start analyzing your writings, how many pieces are full of emotions? How do you feel after lying down pieces full of emotions compared to when you lie down pieces “full of” brain?
In my previous post, I mentioned some things about emotions, but I believe this topic deserves a standalone post, so let’s get to it!
When I think about writing and getting serious about it, two things pop in my mind: put your soul into every word and be consistent. The thing is that these two sometimes exclude each other because my goal is to write daily, but some days I’m not in the mood, so how do I get my soul out when it doesn’t want to?
In my experience with writing stuff, I know a good piece is when words convey the feelings of the soul, and let’s face it, our soul always feels something, but sometimes we’re not aware of it so it gets pretty hard to make a connection between that and words.
If we look into the world, we see that every great painter, writer, singer and so on is very well known for only one (or a handful) of amazing pieces. But we both know an artist puts up so many pieces, but not all of them are that great. Why do you think that is? My best guess is that the artist didn’t have a strong connection to the soul when she/he mastered the piece.
So what I’m trying to say, if I say anything, is that an emotion should be the thing that completes every post, but it shouldn’t and it cannot be forced. That’s not how emotions work and you probably know that saying: if you have to force it, it’s probably s**t!
What is the emotion mostly present in your writings?