J. Pullins, Why I Write

In life, there are often times in which the established order is the norm. It becomes taboo to question it, and one must go about and simply accept it as fact. In situations where argument is invalid or holds no merit, the power of writing is necessary.

Throughout the world, powers and political influences the citizens of a nation. In situations where one's voice is silenced, the power of writing is freedom.

In everyone's life, there are times in the measures of the world prove too daunting and the problems are far greater than the solutions. The words to describe the feelings are non-existent, and the eloquence of a pen may be the only thing one can depend on. In situations of life, the power of writing is mandatory.