Writing is Writing and All the Writing You Do is Right for You

The writing you do — whatever form it takes — is right for you. This applies to all chosen paths.

Murray "MJ" Blehart
6 min readJun 14, 2022

Writing is Writing and All the Writing You Do is Right for You
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There are nearly 8 billion people on this planet. Among us all, there are a lot of different things that we do, desire to do, and can do. Some are tasks and chores we are not so fond of. Others, though, come easily and bring us joy.

However, it’s easy to see the things that come easily to us as having less value. That’s easy — so it doesn’t count. But that’s not true. It absolutely counts.

Writing, for me, comes easily. I love the challenge of having a project to do — whether it’s sci-fi and fantasy, mindfulness/self-improvement writing, or business/work-related writing.

Yet I have undervalued how right writing felt to me because it comes as easily as it does. But that’s just because it’s a thing that brings me joy and makes me feel content.

Just because something comes easily to you — it might not be so easy to others.

Take baking, for example. Some people can barely fathom how sugar, flour, and butter morph into cookies and cakes. Others, like my wife, can take these three ingredients and make something delicious and amazing with nary a thought.

This is true of writing, painting, sculpting, computer programming, cooking, tailoring, and veritably any other task that takes practice and skill.

Because that, for me, is writing — that’s what I am focusing on here. And why — even if it comes easily to you — it’s still right for you.

Perception within and without seldom match

Reality — and how each of us perceives it — varies from person to person. Despite agreeing on certain elements of reality via collective consciousness — like the sky being blue, up the opposite of down, water being wet, etcetera — reality is perceived individually. As Einstein may or may not have said,

“Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.”

What does that mean? It means that every individual has their own perception of reality. That’s why some people believe in…

Murray "MJ" Blehart

I explore mindfulness, positivity, philosophy, & conscious reality creation. I love to help & inspire. And I also write sci-fi/fantasy. http://www.mjblehart.com