What if Love like The Vow love, or that of The Notebook, truly existed?
I wrote that :)
British Psychological Society who examined numerous brain scans, found that the brain ‘in a state of love’ and the brain in ‘a state of mental illness’ show a ‘considerable overlap’.
‘The brain has internal drug factories, which makes us ecstatically happy when we are with the person we are falling in love with.’
- says Dr John Marsden — http://www.cosmopolitan.co.uk/love-sex/tips/what-love-does-to-you
When your heart beats in a different rhythm
and you can feel it dancing with every pound
When you feel driven away from the world
although millions of people are around
When everyone is calling your name
but so busy on cloud 9, you hear no sound…
Is It That Feeling ??
When the pen holder writes with an ink of feelings and passion, and not just a colour, breaking the obstacles of the human’s brain-limitations, and getting into the core of where the truth lies, to the depth of the missing pieces and letting the emotions of Faith and Belief speak out; so that his/her work is no more a piece of writing, rather a smooth flow of honesty, printing its mark on the hearts of the readers, I call that a GOOD writer.
A good writer, will not show ‘favour’ to one party out of many in a public argument, unless supported with evidences, logical explanation and an influence through common sense. Moreover, should not by any means, show a discriminating point of view against religion, gender, political views or race.
Choice of captivating vocabulary, the pattern of the ideas, and a mixture of seriousness and simple humour, would in a way or another flourish an integrity to that writer.