The writer aches, so writes. The less ache, the less to write. The writer instead shifts, digs and mines, for more to write. To develop the craft.
Otherwise, the writer stalls, and waits. As time passes, the drain clogs, and the writer’s words get stuck.
Until, the writer realises, the writing is happening inside, subconsciously, and writing the story yet to be told.
The writer embraces renewal, so writes about it. The writer only then realises, the heaviness of its earlier writing, now serving as a catalyst for change.
The writing was a crutch to cope everyday, yet after renewal, a crutch that transformed to a spark, a hope and an idea, with a refreshed desire to drive positive change.
The renewal is written here:
>> Quarterly Insights, Part One: The Renewal
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