I only have my lovely Praktica PCL3. I usually use 400 color films from the old DDR times. I don't like fancy stuff. I'm somebody who like to just keep it simple. I don't need a army of objectives or anything to explain my work.
If you take photographs using films, you must think before shooting that each image must be perfect in a way. Digital photography sure can provide you with dozens of pictures but it confuses your mind to decide which one's the best from those multitude of shots I think. Analog photography teaches the eyes and the mind to see more clearly without the clutter.
It was back in 2011 that I started this passion for photography. Took 3 years off from it then came earlier this year when my girlfriend left me. Making me a little depressed. So I started my own therapy to go out in nature and take pictures of it. The whole process reminded me again how beautiful life can be. Photography serves as an instrument to keep good memories.
The camera as well as the films are nothing but tools. You must listen to that inner voice in you. Stop reading complex-for-smart-people books on photography... just go out there and teach yourself.