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TFIOS #1

Yes, I finally read it.

Yes, it made me cry.

Yes, I fell in love with the things they said.

Yes, I want to re-read it already.

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“Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book. And then there are books like An Imperial Affliction, which you can’t tell people about, books so special and rare and yours that advertising your affection feels like betrayal” 
― John GreenThe Fault in Our Stars

 

 

You the second sort of books he spoke about, that’s how I feel about The Fault In Our Stars. Too bad it is the raging success it is. I can only wish it was “mine”. My favourite book. The one I want to keep from all of you.

Yours forever,

Potter

PS: I’ve only put together some f my favorite quotes. I hope to assemble all. I’ll upload more soon.

 

 

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Quotable Quotes.

I sit down before my laptop. I’m just bored. I stare at the WordPress page and I’m just like “What the hell do I blog about?”. Then I decide not to. Then after receiving million reminders and threats from Weasley I sit down again. This time I’m motivated. Still totally blank with a collection of zero ideas but I’m motivated. 

Then I decide I must choose a thing to write about and here I am…venting about how I lack inspiration. Thanks for being patient. It must kill you to wait for me to finally arrive at the point. Don’t worry I’m almost there.

So I was reading some totally awesome and totally amazing quotes. I do that all the time. I love smart people and hence things smart people say. So Anyhow, the thing being I started to think about what makes a quote quotable? What makes it so cool? So awe inspiring.

That’s when I realized. The greatest quotes are the most real.They are the most relatable. We read them to discover what we already know but It’s only put out there more beautifully. We know the feeling, and we feel the emotion they portray.  It just feels smarter and more comfortable to understand it when when somebody else says it..because great quotes are often based on taking that risk we fear. 

The question here is whether that’s the right way to accept our own thoughts. Is it that important to fit in.To feel right? To belong? 

Now that’s the thing about great quotes. We all understand them but differently.  We feel them differently but somehow in the same way. That’s probably why the only thing we have in common as humans is those few emotions. The one’s we feel differently. The one’s that  make us feel secure. The one’s that make us belong.

Yours,

Potter