I love writing in English.
It is a language that a large part of the world’s population (around 840 million people) can understand and read, and hundreds of millions of people all over the world also write in English.
I think of English as a language that can be used to increase contact and communication between people in countries all over the world.
Why do we write?
We write basically because we need to say something:
- there’s something in us we need to put words on
- we wish to understand
- we have something we want to tell the world
- we are making a living writing
- we cannot stop writing
We are writers
We have something important in common. We have a driving force inside us, a need to express something, to formulate something that has not yet been spoken.
We have something we know, something we believe in. Something important to say, to share with the world.
We are the writers of the world.
We have dreams.
We write to build the present and to save the future.
We are not an established organization.
We are free-standing individuals, free writers who read other writers and who share what we have to say to others.
And we support each other. We read other people’s stories, we comment on and applaud what others write.
We become friends with other writers who read, comment and applaud what we write.
We are a flock of writers who share and want to help the world move forward.
We know that ideas can save the world
We have ideas, thoughts an opinions that we share.
We use imagination, we use thought power, we can write what is unseen and unsaid.
We are part of a worldwide informal writers community, Writers of the world.
Our goal is to share, to cultivate and to grow ideas and thoughts that we know are beneficial to the world. We are a flock of writers who share and want to support and promote the truth when threatened
Our writing has a mission as a silent and massive counterweight to the evil, the lies, and narcissism wherever it occurs in human interaction in today’s world.
Our writers community is an informal, silent movement whose goal also is to shed light on and reveal selfish, manipulative and narcissistic groups and individuals that are a threat to the human community.
We can write
We know that writing can be powerful.
We write about everything. We write to cast light over what’s dark and harmful, what’s hidden and concealed.
We have powerful tools. We have our thoughts, our knowledge, our insights, our wisdom, our individual and collective memory, and our personal life experience.
Our invulnerable tool is the language, and the truth is our goal.
We want to make the world better.
We start with ourselves, we use our personal resources to cast light on what liars want to hide.
We stand up for truth, insights and human fullfillment.
We are unstoppable writers
We write facts
— in articles, in essays, and stories.
We write our views, our truths, our opinions and our doubts in blogs and comments.
We aim to make truth the winner of the day. We write to make truth the governor of reality and of the world.
We write our feelings
— we write
- our experiences
- our hopes and dreams
- our traumas
- our rebellion
We all have our distinct, particular voice.
We all write from where we are, we write what we have become, and what we want to become.
We write in silence
We are a silent truth movement. We write against indifference, against manipulation, hatred and ignorance.
We write in silence, but our stories shout out what has been denied and held down for too long.
No power in the world can silence us.
We are the writers of the world — we write to make the dream live. We will never stop writing.
I am only one of many writing voices.
You are another writing voice. I know you are. A distinct, individual and clear writing voice.
You know what I don’t know.
You can write what I cannot write.
Your writing ignites me. Your writing inspires and motivates me.
In your writing you show me what I don’t know, what I should become aware of.
Together we watch.
Together we discover.
Together we think.
Together we imagine.
Together we make the unseen seen.
In writing we make our differences an similarities visible. Showing our differences and similarities in writing we grow strong.
Writing is education
Writing is self-education
Through writing, I learn.
I learn when I read what others write. Reading stories from the lives of others can teach me what I did not know.
Writing is visualizing challenges and problems.
Reading other writers’ stories can teach me that I am not alone!
Each writer’s voice is unique, and they are not alone.
I am unique, and I am not alone!
The ideas behind
This story, published on Medium, is part of the creative writing project Successful Writing and Publishing in English.
The ideological and mental basis for this project is respect for man, respect for the human being.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights forms the basis for what we do when we write and share our knowledge, our experiences, our thoughts, and our insights.
Writing and publishing in English has become very easy with the many brilliant new features on the internet.
Writing in English and publishing in digital publications and channels worldwide can help create better understanding between humans, build down fences between individuals and nations, and make the world a little better.
A goal of my creative writing project ‘Writing and Publishing in English’ is to strengthen respect between humans and support democratic values in the spirit of the United Nations, and thus improve understanding between the peoples in the world. For more about the project, please write comments and questions below, or contact me at email@example.com.
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