From the Mind of a Pseudowriter: Hand-Me-Down Philosophy

You are not what you say you are. You are what you do. You cannot call yourself a writer if you do not write, a poet if you do not write poetry, a blogger if you do not blog, a musician if you do not play music; you have to do these things with consistency and with love. You have to love what you do. You have to love yourself. Loving yourself requires that you love what you do. That is why it is paramount that you must first know what you are.

Do not lie to yourself about what you are, what you do; that only complicates things. Unless, of course, you aim to be a liar.

If you want to be greater, you must do things that are great, that better yourself. Only you know what is best for you. Only you know how to better yourself, how you make yourself great–or greater.

Doing what you love is the only way to be the person you want to be, that you aspire to be.

Cheers, everyone. May you all become who you want to be.

From the Mind of a Pseudowriter

 

 

 

 

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