Writing Is Not About Perfection
It’s about ensuring continuation with scope for improvement — After being a writer for years, I have come to believe that writing is a continuous manifestation of thoughts. It is something deep-rooted and comes straight from the heart. Writers can, and should, strive for betterment of their craft with every subsequent draft, but perfection is something that can never be attained. No writing is without its flaws. Writers may take extreme care in ensuring a flawless draft, but it’s never enough. It is given that in the hindsight, when writers look back at any of their published drafts, there’s always this feeling that there’s something missing, that it could have been done better.