I have never been a good writer. In school I always compared my texts to others, and often found their content to be much better than mine. I tried to improve, not because I would please the ones who doubted me, but to make myself proud. It did not work.

As I grew up, my interest of writing slowly faded. But around three weeks ago I started again, and I must tell you, it felt good. Though I have a long way to go before I even can call myself a amateur writer, I won't quit, because this time I will develop and learn from my mistakes.

A writer is probably something I will never be, but I will continue to write either way. I will write novels about love and faith, and the sadness every human once have encountered. I may want to give up, but I will never compare my words to others ever again.