I want to write without wanting to impress somebody or a group of people. I want to write without having the urge to gain as many likes or comments as possible. I want to write without having any intention to preach those who happen reading my stories. I want to write with no desire to massage my ego. I want to write wishing no affirmations about my stances or opinions from readers. I want to write freeing myself from judging books whether they are generally good or bad. I want to write feeling no pressures at all.
I want to write because I have to take what are inside my head out so that they won’t annoy me anymore. I want to write because writing has long been my best friend. I want to write because writing is similar to talking with my eternal buddy. I want to write to share what I experience. I want to write because I want to reduce the burden weighing on my shoulders sometimes. I want to write because this is one of the ways by which I can learn, especially about English language and literature. I have to write in English language because I mustn’t let my English skills die not only because this has been a gift since I was a little girl but also because I paid a lot for studying it in the university. I want to write because I’d love to keep traces of my memory on books, places that I went to or experiences in my life. I want to write to see how I evolve in terms of writing skills, knowledge and even personality. I want to (at least keep trying to) write from the heart. And lastly, I want to write because I love it and I can’t live without doing it.