Your Writing is a Gift; the Time that People Give to Read it is a Blessing

I’ve learned one great lesson about audiences, subscribers, or followers of sites or blogs: most of them tend to believe in the writing abilities of writers or publishers of articles or blog posts: they believe we are good writers even though most of us might be wrestling with disbelief in our own writing abilities.

It has taken some of us a lot of time, probably several years of writing, blogging, failing, and growing, before we finally developed great faith in our writing abilities and believed that we are good writers.

We have an opportunity: a platform on which we can write words that matter to other people: a platform on which we can provide information in a language and change people’s mindset or mentality, and lives.

We write as much as we can, and we are privileged to have a platform where people come to read our writing through various search engines and from different parts of the world.

Our writing is a gift; the fact that people give up their valuable time to read our writing, is a blessing we can’t repay

Like other professionals who usually indulge in what they love doing, writers should spend their time doing what they love: writing. Writers need to write, maybe often or regularly. Writing regularly is the key to creating your best writing works.

Many writers have been writing, and building sites or blogs that give them an opportunity to deliver their message and be heard; they concentrate on their passion, and people, subscribers, or followers pay attention. This attention is a blessing that can’t be repaid!

Every day, writers add themselves to the online world—the internet

Every day, from different countries, writers add themselves to the internet and begin to establish themselves; those who are able to excel, stamp their authority and draw the attention of thousands, hundreds of thousands, or even millions of people, subscribers, or followers. This attention is certainly a blessing that can’t be repaid!

Writers come online with a destiny: to make a difference by sharing their words and messages which could be powerful enough to inspire strangers and create drastic changes in the world around us—but only if writers share their words and messages.

Writing is a choice which belongs to each individual writer: we can choose to write or not to write every single day. Therefore, it is entirely up to us to write and make an impact by leaving the world with words or messages to read.

Some writers fail to live up to their calling; as a result, the world will forever miss their words because they are just not writing

The world is full of many people who desire to become writers and make a difference in the world by sharing their words; however, the only problem they have is that they are just not writing!

In order to become the writer you admire, start writing and continue writing as much as you possibly can, always remembering deep within your heart that the world needs to hear your message.

Until you believe in yourself and acknowledge that the world needs to hear your message, you might not write; as a result, you could deprive the world of a gift that has the potential to change it for the better and make your writing leave a legacy that can stand the test of time.

86 thoughts on “Your Writing is a Gift; the Time that People Give to Read it is a Blessing

    1. thank you… the number of readers online is really endless; It’s inspiring to read about the efforts you make to appreciate your readers as often as you can


  1. Well said. I completely agree. The people who read our stuff and put so much faith are the driving force that keeps most of us going! And self-belief is most important if we are to ever achieve something. Thank you for writing and sharing this.

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  2. Thank you for your insightful post. You expressed the challenge so well. Writers write because they have to put words on the page. There is nothing so sad as a writer who doesn’t put in the effort.

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        1. I agree with you. sometimes there are hindrances such as forces and challenges that are greater than we can bear…I’ve been there too; in fact, there have been stretches of time in which I wrote nothing, and I couldn’t do anything the situation…but I’m glad to be back at least to as great an extent as possible

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  3. Thank you for the encouraging words. I am still struggling with believing in my writings but I’ll get there.
    Stay safe!

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  4. This goes a long way. Thank you for posting this. It gives me confidence to write more and helps me realize that there is no such thing as the perfect blog post or story. So I might as well just start writing like the rest of the brilliant people in this chat do.

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    1. you’re welcome, Kevin… your remark is spot-on: there is no such thing as the perfect blog, story, or writing… I encourage you to write your soul out in the best way you possibly can

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    1. you’re welcome, Anita. thanks for reading and commenting… really, it takes effort to create perfect writing—it’s not so easy… writers deserve to be encouraged in any way possible


  5. GT,

    Great reminders, brother.


    On Mon, Jul 5, 2021 at 6:34 PM Motivation & Environment wrote:

    > Ihagh G. T. posted: ” I’ve learned one great lesson about audiences, > subscribers, or followers of sites or blogs: most of them tend to believe > in the writing abilities of writers or publishers of articles or blog > posts: they believe we are good writers even though most of us” >

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  6. Such an encouraging, inspiring and beautiful post to read. Writing really is so special and believing in yourself as a writer is key. Thank you for this post 💫

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    1. I deeply appreciate your read, and brilliant comment, especially from a material & mostly spiritual perspective: “We must write and deliver our views for the guidance of mankind”; I believe this is the duty that the heavens bestowed on writers. Thanks.


  7. Every time I write, most of it sounds depressing. However, my gift help me make it into a fiction story (though it’s 99% true since I mostly write like its a journal/diary) to reduce the negative vibes.

    Yet, people enjoy it. Huh, go figure.

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    1. I believe that even though people might not like negative or depressing vibes, if you continue blogging with passion, you will find your audience in gradually increasing numbers. thanks for sharing your experience …


  8. Thank you for your thoughts on writing . I published a book and have helped some and others are mad at me. But the majority of my people say I have talent. It takes a lot of courage to be a writer. Write on friend

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    1. you’re welcome and thanks 😃…don’t ever be discouraged by some people who will always be out there to distract you from where you are heading to in life…never forget that you will always have your audience out there; an audience that believes in you, and those whom you are yet to meet, who would believe in you when they meet you or come across your work…


  9. We all have a platform to which we can inspire and provide value to our audience. Many of us take this gift as something they take for granted but it should never be for granted at all. I also blog about things like this, feel free to check it out. Loved the conveyed message here, have a great day !

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by, reading and commenting, and also giving an invitation to your blog… it is true that many ofuus bloggers take our writing gift for granted; meanwhile, we can do much better in terms of our output…wish you the best…

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