Pure happiness can come from little things like reading good book and listening to music.
I really believe that youth should really read more. It’s more fun, I guarantee! There is a moment when you are reading that you feel like you are one of the characters in the story. You have became one of the fiction and you just escaped the real world for a moment. It is enchanting. And I really want the kids to feel it too. If you do, then you are also one of the few luckiest existence because you can be whoever you want, wherever you want. The journey ahead of you is infinite.
And the thing is, few people spent their lives searching for happiness when I felt it every moment I sit down with a book in my palm and music in my ears.
…I was drizzle and she was hurricane.
Looking for Alaska 😀
What if love is a disease?
I just finished reading Delirium, a novel written by Lauren Oliver this weekend and it really struck me. The story alone is brilliant but Oliver made it more tantalizing. Once you started, you just can’t get enough.
When I read the first chapters, I seriously thought it was kind of boring and corny. A world without love? Please. But as I read through the pages, I realized I was wrong. It is beautiful.
Lena, a typical 5″2 seventeen year old, is waiting for her cure- a cure to prevent the disease Amor Deliria Nervosa- when suddenly she falls in love.
For the expense of the future readers, I won’t spoil more. But as you read this story (please read this story), expect catching the disease. Because love is the dealiest of all deadly things. And suddenly you’ll realize you are lucky to feel it freely. This story will let you realize how powerful love is. It is strong enough to push you to limits for it, fight for it, live for it, and believe for betterment for it-for love.