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To every good thing there is a bad part On the other hand you can always find some good or usefulness in things that are hated Then there are things that are equally loved and hated Writing is one of these things On the upside its the best way to express yourself plus you can learn a lot from it But unfortunately some readers want to analyze and criticize too much and with all of the rules about giving credit to authors so you dont plagiarize writing is less enjoyable Since the beginning of time people have looked for new ways to communicate and express themselves First there was the spoken work Then when people figured out how to translate words and thoughts into symbols writing was born Since then children have been taught to read and write as soon as they can understand the concept I vaguely remember learning how to read but I will always remember the impact it has had on my life Even today whenever I want to reminisce on my childhood all I have to do is crack open the journal I kept for five years out of the early part of my life Writing is the best way to remember things that happened in the past We can also learn a lot from it If writing had never been invented wed be forced to rely on the memories of our teachers and ourselves to retain knowledge Personally I feel were a lot better off reading textbooks and handouts rather than listening to people talk for hours at a time The lessons Ive learned from other peoples writings will stay with me forever But theres no doubt in my mind that those writers had obstacles that went along with their works There are lots of things you have to deal with before youre able to really say what youre feeling I can remember a time when I
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