Wisdom Of Writers: The Highest

Roald Dahl has a really interesting view regarding writers. And I tend to agree with him.

It seems that the higher to aspire, the harder would it be to beat the feeling of achieving that. Maybe being a writing is one of the highest achievements?

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“A person is a fool to become a writer. His only compensation is absolute freedom. He has no master except his own soul, and that, I am sure, is why he does it”


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20 comments

  1. It really is foolish to write (hahahahaha) as if anything positive can come out of it, wait, everything about writing has a positive vibe to it! (except maybe the eternal struggle of creating something out of nothing).

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    • There is always something positive in writing even if the process can be painful and the creation might be depressing. The feeling would still be of relief, which is positive. Thank you very much for reading! ❤

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  2. I love Roald Dahl, and this is really true. The biggest thing I get from being able to write is the freedom to create and explore. There’s always a new project to work on or build, like today I started a Facebook page to share the best poetry I come across online, and I’m really excited about it (https://www.facebook.com/joestoutfoundonline). In the corporate or business world, it would be seen as crazy to drive traffic to my “competition,” but I think this is something that will benefit poets and poetry as a whole, so I’m jumping in and seeing where it goes!

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