“Raise your words, not voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder.”
Words have an immense power. When used correctly, they can transform lives, create opportunities, spread happiness and positivity, and change situations, for the better. As someone who is an avid reader, and loves to write equally, I have grown to realise, that words are the most powerful form of expression. This wonderful quote by Rumi caught my attention, because it summarises exactly what I believe in.
As a teenager, I know how stressful life can become. We all have deadlines, stressful days, tough times and sometimes, we all feel like we’re hitting rock bottom. It’s vital to realise, that there is always a way out. If we surround ourselves with positivity and good thoughts, we will see a light, shining at the end of a dark tunnel. Words and thoughts, both positive and negative, are so powerful. It is vital to choose the right kind of words and thoughts.
Over the last two years, I have been working on poems, short stories and have also tried my hand at writing novels. Now, it’s time to share my words, with the world. I aspire to publish a bestseller one day, but I strongly believe that a journey of a book, comprising of a million words, starts with a few thousand. My personal goal, regarding this blog, is to impact lives. Even if it is in the smallest possible way. A positive message on a Monday morning sets a wonderful rhythm, for the week ahead. If something written by me makes you smile, ponder or wonder at the end of a long day, my goal is accomplished. My blog is basically a blog that revolves around writing- fiction, poetry and quotes. I plan to keep updating my blog as frequently as I can, at least once a week. I’d appreciate your feedback and comments, because they will help me to grow as a writer, and expand my horizons. I look forward to hearing from you, and knowing how my words have succeeded in making a difference, to your day. Thank you for taking the time out to read my posts!
(P.S.: You can convey our feedback and comments to me, through emails. My email-id is included, in the contact section, of this blog.)