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Reading gives you thoughts, writing gives you visualization. Your vision is thinking of yourself pursuing what you wish to happen to you. You can think big, believe immensely, imagine awfully but what’s going to work in the end is your vision.


Writing by hand allows you to see the connections between abstract ideas and aids in the solution of complex problems. It encourages you to take your time and pay attention to your thoughts. Writing on a daily basis has been shown to aid in the communication of complex ideas. This has advantages in terms of emotional intelligence (the ability to articulate how you feel) as well as in what are called the hard sciences, like mathematics.

3 Top Benefits of Writing


Writing certainly lets you approach your higher self of emotions, wisely. But, what writing more serves you emotionally is that the one who writes, how does he feel to be in a moment?

Writing is more than words. It’s about using accurate words to express your feelings. More often you are annoyed by the way you feel out of a situation than the situation itself. And, the foremost reason of
experiencing the discomfort is the lack of vocabulary skills.

It’s both joyous and troublesome situations when we need proper words to justify our feelings. Every word has its essence, feel, kick to the situation, sets the pace to feel a circumstance, paves a path to find a breakthrough of your disturbing possibilities.

Coming across what is something that bothers you takes you halfway to the solution. And, expressing joyousness to its fullest makes us value the blessing you receive.

When next time you sit down to not down feel to write a gratitude journal, one line journal, or a blank planner-journal kinda thing doesn’t leave any of your emotions expressed.

To express yourself better through words; read more, listen to podcasts more often, and lastly search from the dictionary the synonyms of the basic word you know about the emotion you experience.

“One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.”

-Jack Kerouac


Writing gives you a steadiness with your feelings, emotions, beliefs, opinions, perception, perspective, and understanding. It’s believed that you are allowed to go wrong with words except while writing them because while writing you are assumed to be more conscious, aware, attentive, mindful, moreover willful to your words.

It’s the words, something that makes you different from other species in the world.
Everyone can feel, but it’s we who can even express ourselves in words, depict our content in terms, communicate in statements. So why aren’t we using it as a privilege to justify every word ever been discovered?

Words are being discovered in the first place for a better “express” experience. You can never feel much lighter on your emotions what words could do for you. Words could play wonders when affirmed properly and could be a crisis of sentiments if used erroneously.

“And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.”

-Sylvia Plath


Where we live a misconception that what our soul craves is to be seen and heard. Precisely, what our soul craves is being loved and appreciated. But, can someone send you affection, admiration, adoration without knowing you? No!

You can’t expect everyone to understand you. But, it’s up to you whether you want to express yourself well, whether you want the world to justify your presence, whether you elucidate your existence.

We all live by a story that is worthy enough to be told, being heard by someone looking for alike example. Can’t deny the fact that life becomes easier when we come across solutions, breakthroughs for our life hustles.

More writing is a therapy to you when you write your story to the world the more it becomes medicine for someone else who reads to search for a valid reason to live by.

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”

-Maya Angelou

So, start jotting down your thoughts and feelings right away!



I am besides being a self-help writer and podcaster am a lawyer as well. I sense an intense inclination towards the power of words; their placing, usage moreover the power of interpretation they possess in law as well as philosophy. My writings are an outcome of great mind processing, notion understanding, and articulation skills as I write: – Concrete and straightforward, – Therapy and self-help, and – Professional and guidance.

9 thoughts on “3 Benefits of Writing, MORE THAN JUST WRITTEN WORDS

    1. My pleasure. and, Thanks Beth. I’m glad you like my blog. Sure! I would love if you stay tuned to my up coming blogs. And, I hope you would access the benefit of free wall art printable, I attach with all of my blogs. 🙂

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  1. Reblogged this on Write and Create (from Creative Writing Course) and commented:
    “One cannot always tell what it is that keeps us shut in, confines us, seems to bury us, but still one feels certain barriers, certain gates, certain walls. is all this imagination, fantasy? I do not think so. And then one asks: My God! Is it for long, is it for ever, is it for eternity? Do you know what frees one from this captivity? It is very deep serious affection. Being friends, being brothers, love, that is what opens the prison by supreme power, by some magic force.”
    – Vincent Van Goch, letter to his brother, July 1880 (from Open: An Autobiography by Andre Agassi)

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  2. I emphatically agree about the many benefits of writing, Farheen. It’s one of the joys of my life.

    I’m delighted to have you join me at annieasksyou. I hope you’ll visit often and comment as you see fit.

    I’ll be back!

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