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[1: 1,397 of 10,000] Creative Writers You’ll Love This EG Talk

In Article on January 30, 2015 at 8:28 PM

I love Elizabeth Gilbert and I love TED Talks so combining them together is a definite inspiring outcome!

She talks about creativity and a sort of magical being that helps every writer to come up with a genius masterpiece. It is a wonderful reminder not to be cocky and claim that all great works was a result of our personal effort. It is true that we are contributor especially when we show up to do the actual action, bearing the rejections, continue learning, and never stop writing as it is part of who we are, and with divine intervention, we are envelope with a different madness of genius and we smile for a job well done.

I am not a published author yet, but as I go back to some of my blog posts, I sometimes wonder if those words truly came out from me, because I don’t seem to recognise the thoughts, it’s not being cocky admiring myself for it, but it is exactly what Liz was talking about, that it is not all just me, it shouldn’t be.

I wish your writing with great love and true joy, and having it very successful as a bonus!

[1: 1,358 of 10,000] Inspired by Bob Kearns in Flash of Genius

In Article on October 25, 2014 at 12:18 PM

Flash of Genius

All Charles Dickens did was arrange them into a new pattern, isn’t that right?

But Dickens did create something new, didn’t he?

By using words.

The only tools that were available to him.

Just as almost all inventors in history have had to use the tools that were available to them.

I love this part from the movie. I guess if there’s a burning soul of a writer in you, you would appreciate the logic. Words are available, and with the creativity of a writer, he could create a masterpiece. Yet, if the feeling and emotions is so deep, words would no longer suffice to describe the feeling, especially the ‘magical ones’.


[1: 1,351 of 10,000] Unapologetic

In Article on October 11, 2014 at 7:32 AM

There are two words that I am currently drawn to for such inspiration and they are:

  1. Joan RiversUnapologetic inspired by Joan Rivers. Everyone who remembers her used this because she delivers truth without hesitation but with such conviction and with a lot of fun. The reality I have discovered is that she wasn’t really dropping all those funny lines out of being funny and mean but she actually thought of it and rehearsed it. She was a professional who bring comedic entertainment in another level – unapologetic to say what everyone else is thinking or most of us are too embarrassed to say out loud. Such a classy lady who left during her A game but never a regret. It is hard to lose somebody we love but the great memories are enough to keep moving forward.
  2. Trailblazer which is used for artist like James Brown who lit up the stage and invites all feet to groove in the dance floor. He sang “I Feel Good” and we got to admit that we sing this when we feel good. He is known as the Godfather of Soul and I am amazed that he does deserved to be called a trailblazer. He showed an amazing path of greatness for musicians to live up to.

What is the current word that gives you an elevated delight?

[1: 1,305 of 10,000] J.K. Rowling’s Harvard Commencement Speech

In Article on February 17, 2014 at 4:49 AM

I love the speech of J.K. Rowling at Harvard’s Commencement in 2008.

Three things stayed with me –

1. Only a fool can romanticise being poor.

It is not acceptable to say I am fine with no money, can barely eat, no shelter to rejuvenate, and barely making it at the end of the day! She is right that being poor is not a good state ; that’s why I love the power of the universe where there are enough resources for everyone. Absolutely no reason why not everyone can be rich and successful; the only thing hindering us and our wealth is our fear and inaction.

2. Blaming your parents has expiration.

People laughed when she uttered that thought but she was right. If we are under the strict jurisdiction of our parents then it is valid but as we grow up, it is in our RESPONSIBILITY to choose the path that would lead us living our dream. We are our own roots, trunk, leaves, and fruits.

3. Imagination to feel and to emphatize with others.

This is a beautiful gift that all human being could do and makes us human and an innovator.  A creator to keep us connected and be good with one another.

[1: 1,217 of 10,000] Homeland

In Review on November 21, 2013 at 12:02 AM

I started watching Homeland right before the 3rd Season starts. I was wondering how good this series is that it continuously gets famous and win so many awards every Emmys. Finally my sissy and I give it a try and we’ve got curious and now a follower.


What’s the Top 7 appeal of this series to me?

  1. The story is not predictable.
  2. Carrie’s character is vulnerable but damn RESPECT!
  3. The patriotism of both Saul and Carrie is admirable, endearing, and looked very authentic.
  4. A man and woman can truly fall in love, despite the odds.
  5. Being in Dubai, it’s amusing to hear them speak Arabic every once in a while.
  6. Actors characters were believable.
  7. Every season offers a great twist that keeps it fresh and interesting.

[1: 988 of 10,000] My Known Talent At Home Is Writing and I Am Tapped

In Article on April 12, 2013 at 12:00 AM

WriterIt feels good to be tapped and recognized to do the writing for someone. It is a wonderful reality that writing is indeed my gift and I can make someone happy for doing it for them. It would be a real blessing when one day I wake up and go in front of my laptop, tap the words, and that’s just my job, career, and life.

My dream is to become a writer like Shakespeare, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Paulo Coelho, Sophie Kinsella, Bo Sanchez, and John Grisham. Note to self: You can make it happen!

[1: 950 of 10,000] Writer Writes

In Article on March 6, 2013 at 9:51 PM

It is an excuse to say I cannot write today because I am not feeling inspired.

Writer writes.

It is not possible to call oneself a writer and do not write or don’t want to write.

19 Vintage Smith Corona typewriter via Pinterest

Follow the thoughts of your mind. As you see the words that come to life in front of you string them together to create a harmonious thought. Then pause. Smile. Go back, read them, and then write again. Pause. Hit the backspace, then write, then pause, then write, and then finish it up.

Turn up the music, dance a bit, have a laugh with your love ones, then concentrate, reread, and now publish.

Typewriter Keys




[1: 740 of 10,000] A Writer’s Kind of Coffee Tissue

In Review on August 29, 2012 at 11:49 PM

Caribou Coffee made a fun tissue that every writer would love. It directs you to pour in your idea and most of all I adore the last note because it is so true – Life is short. Stay awake for it.