What’s in it for you?

by Emanuel

March 29, 2019
Asengana, 2019, Writing life
Why do you write? Why do you breathe? Why do you wake up in the morning? What’s in it for you?

The first thing I want to do after this type of questions is to transform into a turtle and hide in my shell. I don’t want to answer. Any of my answers was told by somebody else at one moment or another. There’s nothing I could add to the story.

I just want to do things. I don’t want to explain myself to people who should trust me and I don’t need to explain anything to people that just ask with no real good purpose.

What’s in it for me? What should be for anybody: to live a good life (according to our society norms – money, recognition, etc), to balance my needs and what I can do to help others. It’s a boring answer. Nothing special.

It’s how the books (like Roadside Picnic) I read when I was little educated me:

Happiness for everybody, free, and let no one be left behind!

What’s in it for you?

Start writing now… or you can spend your time on the couch watching movies based on other people’s books.

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