I found the Goerge Orwell’s essay “Why I Write” very impressive not only because It shows many aspects of writing but also It helps new writers to understand the way they think.   From his early development I learned that he realized his passion for writing at a very young age. The feeling of being lonely and isolated also gives him a purpose for writing.  One of the most important things from his essay that stood out to me is how he describes various impulses to illustrate the different forms of writing. Such as “Sheer egoism, Aesthetic enthusiasm, Historical impulse and Political purpose”. Political purpose helps to connect our thoughts to the real world. As Orwell says in the essay, “ Once again, no book is genuinely free from political bias. The opinion that art should have nothing to do with politics is itself a political attitude.” It  shows the idea of how politics is equally involved in every purpose of our lives. I also think that there are certain purposes and political senses we want people to understand through our writings.