So many books to write, so little time.

George Orwell wrote for selfishness, aesthetics, history, and politics

  1. Selfishness. Desire to be remembered.
  2. Aesthetics. The desire for beauty.
  3. History. Wanting to write about what happens for people in the future.
  4. Politics. Wanting to change people’s minds.

I am not yes as famous, but I felt reassured in reading many of the struggles and the realizations George Orwell went through in his writing career. I want to be a writer because I need to write, not because I should win the Nobel Prize, and I am experiencing on my skin what writing means, although I am just an unknown little scribbler in the province of the empire.

So many books to write, so little time.
So many books to write, so little time.
Senior Experience Designer. 25 years designing, developing, writing, speaking, facilitating and teaching.

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