5 Reasons Why I Love Writing
Writing helps in drawing inspiration from nature.
The reasons why I write
The advent of technology has taken education beyond the four walls of the classroom. According to an American author, Alvin Toffler, “The illiterates of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read or write but those who cannot learn, relearn and unlearn.” Active learning shows that we are alive and concerned about growth. In my short life, I have had the privilege of teaching students on several occasions in a classroom, I have reached out to many more using digital tools. Right from inception, my innate passion to write withstood the storms of depression because the goal was to educate others through various ways. From sports to politics to writing, the drive was to create value and make readers more aware of the possibilities of their potentials.
To share my story
Stories have a unique way of showing the treasures you have found in your journey and illustrating the pleasures and pains that have wrestled with your soul. I remembered when I did a series of how I fell in love with writing on Facebook in 2016; it was an interesting outflow of my thoughts about my vicissitudes in the route of literary brilliance. The series mirrored the everyday scuffle of every determined writer with letters. My face was carved in shades of smiles when I saw a lot of my readers inspired to do more. In the end, the sole of aim of sharing my stories has never been to impress anyone or score ego points but to educate my readers. The validation of my claim unfolds itself in the bevy of lessons delicately placed at the doorstep of my readers. An example is a post authored to help people seeking postgraduate admissions in Canada.
” Inspiration is in similitude to a spark, a trigger, a stir, an awakening, a prompting that pushes you into the course of action. ”
To reach out to others
I am a smiles contractor and I deliver my goodies via words…
To mentor others