Words are the most powerful weapons known to man. They strike faster than a speeding bullet, with more force than a wrecking ball, and never fail to hit the heart. There is no wonder why the world we live in today is corrupt with many wars and contentions orally, written, and physically.
The society we live in is composed of many different thoughts and opinions which try to influence our writing to please others. Most of the writing we see today displays superficial ideas of love between a princess and a prince;. war with a definite winner and loser, heroes with extraordinary powers incomparable to man’s, and successful writers who are given a divine gift from god. However this evil advisory should not hinder one’s originality. The cognitive mind must be oblivious to any and all outside distractions that blocks the flow of creativity and imagination. To achieve oblivion, one must think explicitly instead of implicitly to view the world with open eyes .
*A writer must then transform into deadly weapon like a nuclear word bomb anxiously waiting for the timer to strike zero which will result in a plethora of originality that will #spew out of their brains and ooze onto physical paper. When a writer achieves oblivion to find out who they are, what they want, and reflect on what they have done , a writer will find their purpose in their writing and in life. George Orwell can be likened unto an egotistic child, who refuses to play with other children on the playground. Orwell and those around him were well aware of his outstanding writing capabilities. In his juvenile years, he wrote an abundance of pieces which were recognized by his community.
However, Orwell’s writing was mainly written for the sake of his teachers his community which upset him. “ And looking back through my work, I see that it is invariably where I lacked a POLITICAL purpose that I wrote lifeless books and was betrayed into purple passages, sentences without mea…