- Write for yourself.
- Write and share to your loved ones, they can include the whole universe.
- Write to share your learning journey and life stories.
- Write to nurture more gratitude and unleash more creativity than ever.
- Writings are the backups of our thoughts, aspirations, emotions and experience.
- Writings, hopefully, preserve our brain beyond its biological expiration date.
- Write to externalise ideas and inspirations that visit us transiently.
- Writings allow us to revisit our lives and understand our evolution as days, years and decades fly. Time travel!
- Write so that we will never forget things that we must do: from simple grocery list to complex grand dream list.
- Writings serve as reminders of our priorities, when we are affected by our changing emotions and environment.
- While people have kindly complimented me with a pairs of patiently listening ears, I do not wish to burden others with my problems. So, I write to solve problems.
- Writings allow those who come after us to learn from our mistakes and to live better lives.
- Write because you love what you have learned from human interactions, real live events, books, films, direct observations, experiments, or self-meditation.
- For some people like happy green panda, self-expression in the forms of writing and language help us to release everything that is going on in our head. see ref2015/personality*20150923.txt