Knowledge and Contemporary Skepticism: Modern Trends and their Dilemma

To know is to better yourself. But what is it to know? Is sensing something the same as knowing it or does knowing depends on something more profound? From the days of antiquity and even earlier man has been asking similar questions and trying to answer them. A consensus has…

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How to Start Blogging When You Have no Audience

Introduction Talking in an empty Hall is an interesting experience. Your voice is echoed back to you and produces a feeling in you proportional to your delivery, mood, and self-esteem. Writing without an audience is quite similar to that experience. You write and hear back your own words when you…

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How to Improve on Writing Skills: Building a Writing Habit

Writing is a wonderful form of self-expression. It has almost infinite flexibility. You have time to think and rethink, write and rewrite what you want to say. However, a conversation is never like that. It is direct and spontaneous and what you say is unchangeable. Words from a tongue are…

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How to Write Good Sentences: The Key to Excellent Communication and Why It Matters

How to Write Excellent Sentences: A Guide to Sentences Structure

Sentences are the building block of your writing. If your sentences suck, your whole writing pretty much sucks as well. “But how can I make my sentences better?! It is so difficult and time-consuming!” No it's not! All you need is a little practice.

Dear Young Poet: A Poem

On the eve of the Election Day - Nov 2, 2020 - I wrote my first poem and opened this Instagram account. Not only did I admire the work I read but many of these pieces were written by young poets I wanted to uplift and inspire. I’m grateful every single day for all the lessons that brought me to today. I’m not sure I’d be as grateful had the journey been a simple one. Thank you Streetwriters for all you do in our community. We love you!

Performance Matters: A Self Motivation of a Programmer

Performance matters. Speed matters. Do it now! Do you really want to use an app that lags and stutters every time you click a button. EVEN IF it has a thousand features? Remember how you'd get frustrated each time Microsoft Office took 10 seconds to load. What about Adobe Photoshop? Firefox?

The Magic of Words

I have been raptured by the magic of words. Their harmonies sing within the teal seas, paralleling life beyond my reach. I float among them, my hand raised before me. Fingers open, the airway fills the gaps, the source of my euphoria.

How to be Good in Essay Writing | 10 Easy Steps  

Writing an essay might seem like a daunting task but the kind of freedom you experience is almost impossible to find anywhere else but too much freedom sometimes means no freedom at all. You have huge possibilities to choose from and you are dumbfounded.

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How to get rid of writer's block

I always hear people say they have 'writer's block'. I have been writing poetry consistently for almost four years now and I can't say I've ever experienced it. Not in the way that other people have, or mean when they say it, anyway. Do I have periods of time where I write less? Sure! But I don't label it or complain about it, in my head or to anyone else.

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