often I am confronted by the thought in the title. Whenever I attempt to write something on this blog, especially on life and its matter, this thought holds me back.
But someone has already said this.
You know this is not your thought.
This is common knowledge.
But writing may not be all about original thoughts. Everyone cannot bring out a fantasy world and its ecosystem. There are things to be discussed, said, and emphasized.
The world is a constant stream of people, in a sense. There is so much to read and explore across so many genres in so many languages that somewhere, someone would actually benefit from your thoughts. Because when there is a plethora, one may altogether miss the plethora.
And there is the angle of perspective. Your perspective may add a new dimension to the original thought. So much so that perspective brings new and energized meaning to the thought altogether.
Then there is the angle of timings. All his life, someone may have heard all the good thoughts that he needed to hear, but it was never actually realized.
Maybe one would be ready when she reads yours.
I came across a wonderful comparison by someone I follow. He gave an example of house cleaning. We do it every day.
We have been doing that every day. Before us, our parents cleaned the house. Before that their parents and so on.
I am a bit old-fashioned, so taking the example of a house where generation after generation lived.
But the house gets dirty again.
So the old writings had done their jobs at the time they had to.
Maybe it is now my thoughts that people need to adhere to. The very same ideas that older authors presented with their perspectives at their own times.
With all these thoughts in my mind, I stare at the screen, still not sure if I want to do that.
But you cannot actually know if the things you do have any effect on someone unless someone actually does them.
So I have decided that I will speak what may already have been spoken.
I will be writing regularly on matters of life and its different aspect. Because this thing [Life] happens to everyone, so everyone is welcome to add to the conversation.
See you around, often.