"I don't think all writers are sad, she said.
I think it's the other way around —
all sad people write"
➖ Lang Leav, Love & Misadventure •
That's an eye opener for me. That quote. I believe writers are mostly sad. I write the best when I'm depressed or sad. I haven't write for a year. It's quite busy for me and 2017, so far has been good to me. But last night, me and my siblings were at the airport, sending both of my parents away to go to Mecca, seeing my youngest sister, my 6 years old sweetness, crying, I broke down. What a 6 years old supposed to understand? She isn't supposed to be that sad but she was hugging me tight the last moment she saw our parents before their boarding. My youngest brother, 16 years old, was crying the whole ride back home. I forced him to come into my arms and cry. I'm not the sister who will let my brothers crying alone just for the sake of their pride. You wanna cry, you come to your sister. I would never judge you for your tears. As an eldest, I feel the pain twice. When I went back home, I wrote some piece on my story. I was sad and I wrote a piece and it felt so good, so familiar. I haven't write that kind of piece for so long and for that, I don't think sadness is bad, sometimes sadness creates the best art.