Anonymous asked: Why don't you write more?
I don’t write everyday because I don’t like whining or flaunting. My first response to people who do so is annoyance. Believe me, I have just as many ups and downs as the next person, but I am perfectly fine with my introversion. I try to post things that inspire me — poems I’ve been moved to write, prayers, maybe a song I have stuck in my head. Just like everyone else, I have days and weeks, even, when I feel uninspired. I also have days and weeks when I feel like something I write is far more significant than it probably is in reality. I don’t write because I want to be popular, I write because I cannot escape the things inside me, whether they be joy or sorrow.