Writers are known for their sensitivity, vision and imagination. Most writers have their own world of fantasy that keeps them always creative and inspiring. Every writer has his/her own style and distinctive touch but there’s only one thing in common and that is the mood; if you’re a writer, I think you’d have to maintain an average mood between happiness and sadness, between rage and calmness to keep this creativity. You can’t just be too happy and delighted because you’d never get anything in mind to write about. Even if you still can write while in a good mood, it won’t be as satisfying as bad mood writings, that’s my opinion.
Away from the details, my good mood is what holding me from blogging; the last few days were so productive and delightful. I got my grades and they’re way better than I expected, I go out with my friends everyday and chat with my pen-friends regularly as well as the feeling of how blessed I am. It’s all contributing and working together resulting in empty mind, no thoughts, no words, just smiley faces.
Well, that’s not a bad thing, on the contrary, we all aim for happiness and pleasure but I don’t want this feeling to confuse me and take me away from other unfulfilled goals and dreams. I mean everything has its time, and it’s time now to refocus on my progress and development and stop having fun all the time. (too many friends have told me I’m kind of hard on myself but I think it’s just fine to have a sip of reality every once in a while and inform ourselves that we shouldn’t left behind).
Music is one of few things to give me that mood I’m looking out for. However, since misfortunes never come singly, music doesn’t seem to be helpful today; I’ve tried some rock, country, pop and even hip hop; well, nothing is paying off, what a mess?!
Some days are full of thoughts and ideas, yet, some days are just thoughtless and get on your nerves. Tomorrow, I’m going out looking for drama, I need to be inspired or inspiring, need to write, write and write…