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7 Reasons Inspiration Matters to Writers | WritersDigest.com

In Tips n Tricks, Writing on October 27, 2012 at 12:01 am

In the series to update myself, There is another find  7 Reasons Inspiration Matters to Writers | WritersDigest.com.

Summary:

We know the common wisdom: Serious writers don’t wait to be inspired. Serious writers roll up their sleeves and get down to the business of writing, just as they would get themselves to work at any 9-to-5 job. “Being inspired” smacks of amateurish, daydreamy passivity, the notion that some supernatural presence must appear before us before the words can flow. And we’re reminded to death of Thomas Edison’s over quoted words about invention demanding 99 percent perspiration and 1 percent inspiration, perhaps not realizing that without that primal 1 percent jolt from the gods, Edison might not have been driven to sweat out the hard work or to cope with a zillion things going wrong.

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Contrary to the popular conception, Inspiration though small indeed plays a vital role in penning down wonderful stuffs coming straight through heart. In this wonderful article the author has put forth 7 beautiful reasons in support of  that 1% . INSPIRATION

  • Transforms creative readers to creative writers
  • Heightens our senses
  • Develops understanding of Human nature
  • Improves capacity to appreciate nature
  • Brings in mental discipline
  • Intensifies our spiritual connection to our craft.
  • and finally, Reinforces our commitment to writing.

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