How am i doing?
How am I doing?
Well it has to be deep and substatial, you definitely cannot just have one sentence posts. That does not even remotely make sense. It definitely has to be something I care about. I am very interested in high order thinking and unconventional thought so that has to be incorporated into the following post. The post really has to stand out for me, i mean usually i can respond to the most banal of posts but a post that I really like has to have the criteria of being different. I honestly could care less if there is to much writing, as a matter of fact..the more the merrier. It benefits them cause then that means a longer comment and i know people love getting comments..i know i do.
One story that I have in particular is my growth as a writer on youthvoices. I know that last year, i wrote a similar post to this discussing how I have grown but this year....i feel as though I am reaching my peak. It feels quiet amazing if you have ever felt it. To be honest with you, in the beginning of the year I had a bit of a block...i just could not write as fast as i used to and my essays were not as good as i wanted them to be but i am fine again, i never thought it would pass. It left me in a deleterious sense. I felt as though my intellectual prowess was leaving but fortunately and in good time, i came to find out that was not the case. I have been so into my essays that I hardly notice how others post are either boring or amazing. I have just been in a blurry state, as a matter of fact...the only time i go on youth voices mostly is to put up my essay and that is all. I have been posting about a theory that I have called the human cycle. It really is interesting if you take the time to read it and as i sit here and write this out, I am pondering another rule for the next essay on the topic. In general or overall, I am trying to figure out what makes us human and when we remove all the rubbish from external factors out of our mind, what do we find?
I have added a couple of whats ups this marking period,mostly because i am more fond of writing my essays then the actual topic of the whats up,s. These days, I never feel like reading unless im researching something I like. I Have not read a chapter book since this summer, i do not know when i will be in the mood again. I added almost 7 essays this marking period and i left I added this whats uphttp://youthvoices.net/node/16726 post one day cause I was roiled up with anger due to my own awful reality...well that was then but I am find now. My circumstances were irksome and just annoyed me every time i thought about them. Imagine being stuck in a circle of things you hate 24/7....yeah. Another interesting thing i did on youth voices was when i commented on a play talking about freewill and fate and religion. I admired how philosophical it was and I was able to respond so admantly.http://youthvoices.net/node/21699.
Next week, i hope to write an essay talking more about another rule involved in the human cycle. It is becoming increasingly harder to come up with rules for it. There is nothing really that i would like to learn how to do on youthvoice's..the only thing that i would like to improve on is getting people to read more of my work. I mean the biggest complaint i have heard is that my essays are to long and i understand that and i have improved them but the audience still is not really showing up. I also changed my titles instead of just saying inquiry essay 1 and inquiry essay 2 and so on. I am learning about peoples opinions and peoples views on what they stand for and believe in. I am also learning that there are other people out there like me who i can relate to.
Writing on paper is more of a solo form of writing. Its more for solitude and personal intrinsic reasons. Blogging gives you public entry, people can see your ideas and your sort of like a freelance or spirit or whatever. Writing on paper is different from a blog for the obvious reasons as well. You do not get a comment on a manual piece of writing unless you actually tell someone to leave a sticky note on it talking about how they feel about it. With blogging, its a natural flow and there is no actual verbal toiling involved. You dont have to really tell people to comment,eventually somebody finds the blog and comments. It is like this effervescent chain of responses that sort of paves the way for some general concept depending on what the blog is about.