Writing Should be Abolished, it is Mind Intrusion

If you are reading this, that means I have been able to penetrate the innermost part of you – your mind. By reading and processing what I have written right now, you concur with me that I have invaded your mind.

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You can’t unread that, can you? At least you are getting the point now that every written piece in the universe is there to invade your thoughts. This pattern of thought invasion is unique because everything you make of what you read will only stay within. 

All the connections you shared with the written content, the feelings it evoked, including what it reminds you of, will eventually filter into your psyche. It penetrates deep into your mind without you being aware or take note of it. 

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Now you can understand that by reading a thought process written down by another person, your own thinking expands in so many ways. You are forced to think through the mind of another.

While reading the piece, your mind connects with the writer in such a way that only you can comprehend. Suddenly, the write up raises up things you didn’t even know where in your own mind. But, it doesn’t end there. After all, the writer is now in your mind, rocking and rolling in your thoughts with simple word compositions.

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You get attached to the words as time continues to tick away slowly because each letter means a lot; you also don’t want to miss a thing. Unintentionally, you allow yourself to be exposed to the words of the writer through your constant interpretation of the write up.

But, it gets better. The invasion continues to permeate deeper into your subconscious. You may even find yourself using it as reference in your familial circles; after all, the writer has made you believe that they might like it too. 

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It can get obsessive too, especially when the writer decides to make you go through thousands of words or hundreds of pages just to pass a point across. That’s weird right? It’s even more weird because the writer never forced you to. All they wrote down were some words. However, they’re not just some random write ups to you – they mean much more at this point. 

What can you do about this unintended privacy invasion? Absolutely nothing. You love it more than you admit, and we both know this. 

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The allures of those beautiful words are where your time are best spent. It is where you escape to all the time because reality is never better than the sweet composition of words flavoured with alphabetical melodies and sentence symphonies.

Don’t you agree with me that writing should be abolished? Alternatively, do you need more convincing?

Please do let me know in the comment box below if you do.

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