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  • we write to remember.
  • we write to record.
  • we write to communicate.
  • some write for fun.
  • some write to earn a living.
  • some write to make sense of themselves.
  • we all write.
  • at school
  • at work
  • at home
  • online
  • consciously
  • and unconsciously as well
  • we write everywhere
  • on paper
  • on hand
  • on the typewriter
  • on the word processor
  • on the world wide web
  • on fogged up windows
  • on birthday cakes
  • on sand
  • on the bathroom wall
  • on your cellular phone
  • on your PDA
  • on your favorite t-shirt
  • writing is everywhere
  • a written text becomes a record
  • records can be archived
  • you can keep it or destroy it
  • but without your conscious effort
  • unless you keep track
  • one day it will be gone
  • lost in garbage
  • decompose in time
  • washed away
  • expire and get deleted
  • worn out and no longer visible
  • accidentally and deliberately terminated
  • become obsolete
  • and unintelligible
  • having no value
  • making no sense
  • we still write
  • and we will always write
  • it is to get the message across
  • whether it is a fleeting thought
  • an eternal promise
  • wisdom over the ages
  • an urgent notice
  • a genius idea
  • or private emotions
  • writing delivers the message
  • at times more effectively than speech
  • and at times more straight-forward than a piece of drawing
  • But still
  • A writing is not permanent
  • and it should not be permanent
  • because the world keeps changing
  • and our thoughts keep evolving
  • change is vital
  • change is inevitable
  • and change is only natural
  • because nothing lasts forever