I’m bored and vacant. Nothing comes to mind, not a single idea. What do I write? I am sitting here on my bed, feeling inexplicably blank. My chest feels hollow and my thoughts have no allure. Writer’s block: that’s the name of  my infliction. What do I do with my time? I don’t have any work, television has lost it’s charm. I could listen to music but for some unfathomable reason, I don’t want to.

I need inspiration, something to entice me. This vacancy doesn’t feel good, I mean I am fine but I’m stagnant. Stagnancy is bad, still waters run dry. Maybe, I should tell you a bit more about myself. I love fast-paced music, beautiful vocals and deep lyrics. I never feel lonely, I love being alone. My most precious position is my freedom. I’ve mentioned all of this before. Nothing new to be added, and I don’t want to repeat my words like a broken record.

Everything is bland and I feel exhausted because of this inactivity. So much so, that I’m writing about the fact that I have nothing to write about. Maybe it’s the weather: gloomy and dispiriting.

I want to know why everything seems so ordinary. I feel a little dejected with my lack of material. If you’re reading this, how about some criticism? Tell me how I can improve upon my work. Maybe all I need is guidance and conversation to get back on track. I do not want my blog to become this dull, trite thing. Give me a hand, maybe? I don’t know, you probably have better things to do with your time.


5 thoughts on “Uninspired

  1. You are ‘looking’ or ‘searching’ for an abstract idea. Inspiration isn’t found, it finds you. It’s the same with love. People that are desperate for love have a certain energy about them that can turn off a potential mate subconsciously. Let go of the idea of inspiration from the external and instead look inside yourself to what you really want and what you need to do everyday to achieve your goals. You’re an aspiring writer? When you sit down to write it sounds as if you’re thinking about the obligation and not the opportunity. If I only wrote when I felt inspired, I wouldn’t get 500 words a week out. I like your style but it does come off somewhat trite. Which isn’t a bad thing necessarily, but if you don’t want it to come off that way then you have to make a conscious decision to change the tone in your written voice. Hope I wasn’t too harsh, much love.

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      • Sure, it all starts in your mindset. You have to believe that what you’re doing will be great. Even if it sucks, even if everyone tells you to stop and give up that you’ll never do it, if you believe in your own mind that what you’re doing will work out than it eventually will and nothing can stop that. Simply, your mind needs to be trained with mental exercises such as meditation, realization and music. The things that you talk about and (most importantly for us) write about stem from your thoughts. By influencing your mind through your external environment you can effectively change negative or depressed thought processes to that of positive, optimism. What you listen to, read and who you spend your time around are the main external circumstances that are within your control. I used to be clinically depressed. I’ve attempted suicide twice. I used to be on different types of antidepressants. I’m not afraid to share this because I work every moment to conquer my own mind and try to change my own thinking. This all falls under the topic of personal development which I am still quite the novice in understanding but by consuming literature daily on the subject it has helped me to change my thinking in ways that I would have never believed possible when I was depressed for years. Training your mind and developing your character is not only possible, it’s necessary if you ever want a fulfilled life. Money, success, and fame are all things I desire being a broke minimum wage slave with dreams of grandeur but what I focus on is inspiring one person every day with my writing. If I can do that, if I can make a difference in someone else’s day then I feel a sense of accomplishment that money, success and fame will never bring. Don’t get comfortable in your situation. Stay hungry and always look for ways to improve your mind, writing, situation, etc. Hope this helps, but there are a lot of people much smarter than me on this subject id recommend Anthony Robbins as a good starting author if you’re interested.

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