There comes a time in each writer's life when putting words down is as easy as writing a letter. We choose what we want to say and the words seem to appear on to the page as if magically put there, and behold! They make sense. We strive for perfection in content and in spelling, and the more we write, the smoother and tighter our sentences become.
More jobs open up, and we find ourselves writing six to eight hours a day, building up our reputations and wearing out the letters on our keyboards. The 'e' and 'a' are the most used, and get totally worn off, expressing simple emotions.
So we write for the pleasure of the written word. Each with a style of our own. The writing is about our lives or our world, and some things written are different then others, and yet in many ways the same. We are together in this as writers, facing a sea of new writers, all competing for the top place and yet in that competing, we are rooting for each other.
In forums and blogs, we defend the issues we write about and the beliefs we have, in calm and gentle tones. When other writers challange our articles and opinions, trying to discredit us and the right of other readers to form their own opinions, we as writers get our point across without the need of mean and hurtful backlash.
As the days get long and we fall asleep at our computers, sometimes missing important deadlines, still we are happy to share what we can, wherever we can with the listening public.
As our work comes in the flow of words and making each word as important as the word that came before it, we must become the best we can be by not stepping on the toes of others, but with talent and determination, and true dedication to everything we write.