Browsing in a library. I order my library books online. I check the reviews, click “reserve” and pick them up. In and out in under two minutes. The other day I spent an hour just browsing through the library, I remember as a child roaming through the library, excited at all the choices that could be mine. You can lose yourself in the hallowed silence of the library as titles beckon you. I picked four books I never researched. The first I’m reading is by Paul Coelho and the first two pages were written for me. I must book browse more often.
Flowers on my doorstep. They remind me of who I love and that I am loved.
Love. It builds you up, it destroys you. It cradles you in its arms, it crushes you to dust. Love is powerful, it is beautiful, it is a universal truth, and once one loves, he who was loved, will never be forgotten.
Merlin:Ah, you know, lad, that love business is a powerful thing.
Arthur: Greater than gravity?
Merlin: Well yes, boy, in its way… yes, I’d say it’s the greatest force on earth.
Life moves very fast. It rushes us from heaven to hell in a matter of seconds. – Paul Coelho