Holaaaa! How are you feeling?
It’s Thursday today. Time for appreciating little things and experiences.
This week’s question is:
There was a time when I considered my problems to the biggest in the world. But when I read The Kite Runner, it broke my heart. I know it is fiction, but it seemed so true. There are so many bad things to happening to people. But we never really understand what other people are going through. The book is also gives a lesson about friendship, “For you, a thousand times over.”
Another one is The Color Purple which talks about how a woman who wrote letters to God in hopes that her life would become better some day ends up realising that He was sleeping. During the course of the epistolary novel, she finds her true identity and comes out as a strong woman.
The third one is Gone with the Wind. The war gets over when you done reading 500 pages. What is left now? The reconstruction.
These texts have a lot to talk about. But I have talked about them from one perspective only, i.e., the one that tells how my life was changed.
Have you read nay of these books?
Which book made an impact on your life?
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