There’s Nothing Left to Say

Writing is not an easy task. There are too many thoughts in our mind, but only few of them can only be organized as ideas.

For most bloggers, it is common to trap by laziness and dryness in mind. There are times when we don’t feel like writing. There are also times when we don’t have anything to write about.

Writing is an action. It is not a saying.

Then, this idea came to my mind that I couldn’t write anymore because there is nothing left to do (keep in mind that writing is an action).

In the world where new things are introduced almost every minute of the day, it is impossible to imagine that there is nothing left to do.

The world is moving so fast these days that the man who says it can’t be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it. – Elbert Hubbard

It is obvious. We, humans, never solve all our problems. Our eyes will never be bored of seeing new things either. This includes new problems.

But is there anything left to say?

I believe that what is to be said is already said. I believe that no matter how many things yet to come, humans already said it all. What is left is only a matter of information distribution. Do you agree?

8 comments

  1. sukersays · February 28, 2011

    welllll… i think everything is said, BUT! the way you say it is different. right? i think the purpose of our blog writings are what is in our minds, not everyone else’s. so i think we can keep writing.🙂

    p.s. you wrote something about not writing… lol i think it makes a point, dont u think??

  2. eweket · February 28, 2011

    I won’t stop writing! I believe that from all what has been said so far, i could only manage to know quite few. I have a lot to share. (as part of information distribution mission lol). but no matter “how” desperately i want to share it or write about it. It can only enlighten, entertain, disappoint.. others, doesn’t deserve the originality! Thanks for your kind comment Sara!!

  3. Ramy · February 28, 2011

    I believe many things are already said but if have this information i don’t know but let me quote this Shakespeare had 24,000 words to work with but Eminem has 1,000,000 words to choose from plus not only the number of words when they integrate with these number of these gives you ………..these much words, ideas, inspiration, revelation and evolution that still goes on in your mind. You see writing is an action or in my case a reaction cause i wrote this after reading your blog. So cool writing made me write more than i intended too. LOVE IT.

  4. Abitu Kushenit · March 1, 2011

    Everything tends to dry out or fry out for that matter in its own time and space… Abay’m yederkal… Unless and other wise it is nurtured in a way that it should be, and so does our mind!

    So eweket (a lot of vowels in here ;-))… Anywho, Eweket, writing indeed is not an easy task, but a task it is to act on based on what flows from your mind to your finger tips or from your heart to your finger tips so that you act on it. Where both depend on the state of mood you’re in, and where the flow depends on the emotion U’re willing and trying to express. And in your case it seems the flow is driven by will and eagerness to say something rather than not to or lacking something to say… But then again all in all Ur emotions took over, it won over your dryness and somehow managed to write!

    As a response to your question Eweket (a lot of vowels… ;-)), I’d say all is said but then again nothing is expressed in the same way! So there’s always something to say in the world we live in!

    Cheers!

  5. eweket · March 1, 2011

    Ramy, thanks for your kinds words again!

  6. eweket · March 1, 2011

    Abitu, thanks for visiting my blog and comment on it. I admit the name eweket has three vowels (like the name Abitu). though, it is amharic word meaning Knowledge. I think it is a bit less compare to honorificabilitudinitatibus. thanks for the humor!

  7. B. Fico · March 28, 2011

    I believe I read that somewhere🙂

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