What kind of worker is a writer? On Tillie Olsen, who wrote in dribs and drabs while holding down menial jobs and raising four children: “Writing, Olsen reminded her readers, takes time, education, energy, and resources, and these things are unevenly distributed. She encouraged us to attend to unorthodox writing produced in unfavorable circumstances—letters, diaries, scrapbooks like her own—and, in doing so, to question what counts as literature.”
People expressing their criticism so easily. Like on the other side it is not another human being. People are selfish. The urge to express ourselves kills our ability to listen. We should learn to be quite and listen sincerely to the other one.