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It's a piece packed with maturity of thought, which is very laudable because some novels I have read are way too childish. Also, there is an apparent grace in the words that the writer uses, which is very enchanting.
Read from Thoreau, Whitman, Sallinger and Bellow. Because a reader leads multiple lives through the pages he reads but a person who doesn't only lives once. Reading under the cooling shade of the palm is the best thing in the world, especially from these excellent people. I have gone on so many excellent adventures with the books that I have read and grown so much more. Though I would have chosen to see the shipwreak, the reviewer here scarcely knows how to swim, let alone diving. Till then, I'll stick with reading.
This is an excellent piece interwound with personal experiences and displays a maturity process. I especially loved the portion when you mentioned how something had changed, but everyone will go through it. Like we will all get to know one day that Faeries and Santa Claus does not exist, it was all make-believe. But at the same time, this make believe feeling that is supported by the framework of imagination is one of the most beautiful reveries that people can experience. That's why most teenagers nowadays mistake growing up as seeing the previous things they used to love as a child as disgusting and puerile. But I think it is more of a process of learning to embrace one's past and keep it in a treasured corner of one's heart. I hope you get better soon (from the prose) and wish you all the best in your future endeavours. Do enjoy your holidays! :)