Badge by: Doobster @ Mindful Digressions
Journalism can be many things. Sometimes we can read articles, as were they found in the air of something not existing, which then lead us to think, why at all write an article, if nothing is true anyway.
There are good journalism too, the one that call for us to read all the article and not just some of it. Some have this ability to be able to catch us, just like a great author. They write what they think may be the truth and nothing else…
Years ago I worked with journalism, while I published first newspapers and since magazines, I found out how easy it was to be an honest writer and how unpopular I could be, if I was too honest, while I wrote reviews for books, restaurants etc.
I had the minding that I denied to write at all, if I did not like what I should write about. It could be a book, where the publisher send me a box with different books, as they would like me to write reviews about. Or a restaurant who wanted me to write they were the best, which I denied to do, unless they really did create great food.
Journalism can be a great way to keep track at our lives too, we can create our own kind of journal with goals, dreams and hope for our lives. To write what we dream about is also a great way to kickstart the mind about going for our dreams.
Do you go for your dreams?
This post is part of the prompt SoCS by Linda, as you find here:
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “-jour-“: add a prefix or suffix to complete it or use it as the French word for “day.” Have fun!