We express our thoughts in so many ways, from merely just talking to a friend to becoming a social activist or running for President, and yet even if we have already been appointed as the President, we will always have something more to say, something else to fix. And thinking about this makes me understood what Ray Bradbury said about how he was often called a nutcase:
"Writing keeps you sane."
I didn't understand this, when I heard him say this in one of his speeches, because I felt like he was being over the top. But looking back, I figured it's probably true. Bradbury writes because he felt joy when he's writing and he found his voice there. This voice he founds through writing gives him the capability to express everything he wanted to share to the world and that, kept him sane. That voice kept him in a good shape because he didn't need to hold back on anything and when you don't hold back, you find peace. Isn't that the whole purpose for having the freedom to express?