The value of a message begins with the meaningfulness it has to the messenger.
If you believe it, it’s worth saying.
If you feel passionate about it, it’s worth sharing.
If it fascinates you, it’s worth pointing out.
What’s the alternative? Censoring yourself because you fear the risk of stating something that another person already knows?
However far you progress in your journey, you will never be exempt from the risk of stating the obvious.
Your epiphanies will always be someone else’s self-evident observations and your self-evident observations will always be someone else’s epiphanies.
Instead of playing guessing games and making assumptions about what other people know, why not focus on simply being true to what inspires you?
Your words don’t need to create a novelty effect in order to have a practical impact on the world.
Change is most often invoked not by our need to impress commentators and critics with dazzling displays of originality, but by our genuine desire to give voice to those concepts and convictions whose suppression would make our own souls miserable.