Writing about implicit truth

Due to fact that I am a writer who has published until now six books in form of essays, Prose poetry and one Intertextual drama.

Recently I have been asked by journalists why I have applied to write for Israeli media sites? What is a spark which inspires me to write blogs?

Yes, I am an artist, but it does not mean that I will remain blind in front of injustice.

Yes, I am an artist, it does not mean that I am ignorant.

Yes I am a writer, markedly, I really appreciate chance given by Israeli media to write for them, so why wouldn’t I clarify my opinion which is based on facts about certain topics?

When it is about my blogs, I am inspired by implicit truth, positive energy of small country which is often misreppresented in media.

I wrote and i will continue to write about terror attacks, about right of Israel to defend its borders, about propaganda which is made against Israel.
Furthermore, I want to share photographs of Israel, inform people that it is a country of science, technology and development. It is a country where impossible is possible, where the power of will break any prejudices and excuses.

With this on mind, I have to admit that I have been called: journalist (additionally, I think that it is because of manner which emphasize certain facts in some blogs).

For this reason, I have considered it as a compliment taking in consideration that it was told me by the journalist from a country in which I was born, Montenegro.

Moreover, I was positively surprised about their questions, kindness and curiosity about blogs and about my experience in Israel.

All things considered I have questioned myself: „Who am I?

The fact of the matter is that I am blogger and writer, however, i won’t deny that is sounds wonderful when someone gives you respect and call you „journalist“.

I am someone who is passionate about searching for an implicit truth.
I am someone who considers the power of words as the most powerful weapon.

I am someone who is in love in the art of writing.

Writing blogs about implicit truth may sometimes cause discrimination, simply because the truth is painful, hence, it is better to stand up for what you believe in, no matter what others will say, otherwise, I think that my life would be wasted if i commit myself to silence and cynical comfort.

About the Author
Slavica Milosevic is an author from Montenegro. She is writer and journalist and has had several books published. Slavica spent months in Israel to immerse herself and learn more about Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She is also an American PEN member.
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