Writing can be viewed as a celebration of life. Whatever topic you choose, hopefully, is so important that it needs to be documented. Reborn into written words that will live forever. That's a lot of pressure, and life isn't always peachy either, which makes for some potentially painful writing. How then to achieve witty, punchy pieces that are easily digested?
As carnivorous as it may be, the best writing incorporates a piece of the author, fed to readers.
"There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed." - Hemingway
Whether actual pain, the excruciating effort of putting a piece of your soul into words, or the gear grinding agony of overcoming various blocks, writing is a passionate affair.
Life is a celebration, of the good with the bad, the ups and downs. Those moments where "flow" is finally achieved are euphoric, the words pouring unhindered from my fingers.
I'll keep writing, through the highs and lows, with ease and with every difficult drop. Life, love, writing … exist in unity for me.
I write, therefore, I am. = My epiphany, my passion.