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Tell your experiences openly



I've had one strange fear for the last three and a half years. It is that the more stories I tell, the more open I am, the faster I will run out of things to tell. And the day will come when I'll hit rock bottom. I'll be as empty as a ballpoint pen that's run out of paste. Finita la comedy, Mr. Author. Silence and oblivion.


But here's what I noticed. For three and a half years I've been pay for papers blogging. For the past 1.5 months, I've been running a Telegram channel where I'm extremely frank and share things that help me write. And all these three and a half years, I have something to say.

And I've learned that it's the principle of the river. The water in it does not stagnate, it flows all the time. What's more, if the water doesn't suddenly stop, the river becomes a swamp.

The more I give, the more I receive.


And another thing I've noticed. We are all interested in the same things. Love, the meaning of life, family, money, betrayal, death.

And most importantly, how we react to these circumstances.

That's why we read the stories, we are interested in the experience of others. How the hero coped with the betrayal and murder of his beloved wife and daughter. (This is the story of Maximus from the movie Gladiator.) How a man coped with cheating on his spouse. (This is the story of "Anna Karenina"). How a man would act if he were unjustly convicted ("Children of the Arbat") or if he was the lawyer of an unjustly convicted man ("To Kill a Mockingbird").

And so when a man shares openly his experience, he's always interesting. And he will always get more.


This is the age of openness. Whoever is more open is more trustworthy. Those who are closed simply are not known.


And during that long time I have understood one thing deeply - when I history homework help give to others, I am not exhausted myself. I can get tired. I can get bored with temporary difficulties. But the inner well will always fill with fresh water.


Keep an open mind. That's what will help you shape your style in the first place.


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