So initially I was going to be writing about a certain passage in Russel’s article but to be quite honest, I am not very comfortable with that… Although, I will say the certain idiom he used was definitely something I could agree with. When learning one form of writing compared to another, it can be complicated. There are many types of writing and honestly I don’t even know what types there are myself. I suppose I just know the general writing style? Crap its even hard for me…
Anyways, I’m finding it very very hard for me to write anything for this blog at the moment… I suppose its because I don’t really want to write about any of the ideas given… But, I’ll try my very best to connect this somehow to at least one of the ideas.
Writing is not a formality but rather a gift. It’s usually seen as a formality, yet I’d like to imagine that not everyone is capable of writing in a said specific way. Even though throughout my years of schooling they taught us how to write in 5 paragraph structures or certain formats, I don’t feel as if that is something critical to know in certain ways you would attack writing. If I wanted to write a narrative or a quick write, it wouldn’t be in any certain structure because it’s usually just how you want it to be. Like for instance, I really love writing these blogs because of the freedom of structure we have. I choose to write this however I’d like. As for writing being a gift, I say this because it takes a very long time to actually understand what you are writing and how to portray your ideas. My Japanese roommates are only watching and attempting this as they go along but it takes a while to fully grasp the full intention of what they wish to say.
Now yes I know I didn’t include any Easter eggs this time, but you can’t always expect the same thing out of someone every time, can you?
I might have failed at something “better”.