The Beauty and Life Lessons from Writing in Ink

Writing in ink
  1. An erased mistake is still visible to you. Much like erasing pencil or erasable ink, you can still see some remnants of what was there before. As such, attempting to erase a mistake or any type of unpleasant event from your life doesn’t make it go away. The best thing is to acknowledge, accept, and keep moving forward.
  2. Scribbling over something you misspelled shows your process of growth. You see a messy paper, I see the honing and implementation of thoughts. (I used to see a messy paper).

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