Written by Jacob Ibrag
With a stroke of the necessary keys,
all emotions come on display. It’s a process, an
upload of your mind and soul onto a tangible surface for
others to witness and reflect upon. The release is euphoric and
very much therapeutic. You feel accomplished and drenched all
at the same time. Reading what you wrote is a challenge all on its
own. You keep questioning yourself and wondering if these were
really your thoughts. How could you possibly have imagined these things,
what events triggered these mental notes? These feelings and emotions
feel like strangers yet here they are right in front of you. It’s all out there
now and you feel a bit lighter. Emptiness washes over with certain
realizations; your mind is ready for new experiences, new complications
and new philosophy’s. You are a renewed sponge that thirsts, problems?
Yes, because what good is life if you aren’t challenged. Looking back
now, you thank the forces that made your life a little more
complicated than you would’ve liked; it’s all writing
material. It’s necessary. It’s growth. Its purpose.
Salvation and solution.