Sunday, May 15, 2011

i Blog because i am

I blog because I write.

I still blog because I still write (despite the schedule making me do the contrary).

I blog because I run little commentaries about the things that happen in my life while I'm living it but sometimes too lazy to put it on a pen and paper.

I blog because I am (sorry Descartes).

I still blog because I still am.

I blog to voice out, rant, shout out and say to the unknown audience what I think about the things I write about and the world we live in.

I agree that writing has become an art with dwindling ardent practitioners, and the blog, a once nice avenue for writers has slowly given way to the shout outs on Facebook, the tweets on Twitter and what have you. Some people have resigned their infinite thoughts and compressed them into the perfect tweet or the shortest FB post.

I blog to write.

I blog to write my thoughts while thinking about what defense I think about while preparing for the mortality and morbidity conference in the next week.

I write for the Blog Rounds and the fun I have reading and writing again.

I blog because I write.

I write because I think.

I think therefore I am.

I blog = I am.

7 comments:

Bonedoc said...

You blog even in the age of unblogging..when not everyone feels like blogging...

therefore you write.

MerryCherry, MD said...

A blog is really the best place to put out thoughts in, thoughts that we wouldn't want our seniors to hear :)

bricalz said...

@ cherry: Haha doc, true, it's been 3 years since I started residency so I better watch out if my juniors have or will start blogs then. Haha

@ bonedoc: so true.

Ligaya said...

Every time I see a new post from you, I resist the urge to do cartwheels. :D Bitaw, you write very well, kuya Bri, and I hope you go on being, so you can go on blogging. ;-)

the philippine daily idiot said...

Imagine a future when people don't know how to write an essay or at least a structured paragraph. blogging will help save humanity from rapid-fire grammarless shoutouts. :)

the philippine daily idiot said...

@merrycherry, I'd be surprised if they didn't google your name by now. Sikat ka pa naman. :)

J.A. said...

When I was in 1st year of residency, I was the only one who blogged... now that I am the chief resident, I am still the only one who blogs... Maybe it's because there is only 1 resident per year in our training program?
Good thing we exist on the blogosphere! :)