"Ce que nous jouons, c'est la vie" Louis Armstrong Flow c'est de la créativité distillée au quotidien ! Vous lisez ce magazine vous aussi ?
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🌤 El Cielo habló... "Cuando la Naturaleza nos habla, es el abrazo del Creador. Las nubes son un lenguaje, una imagen que revela el movimiento de la Creación, un sin cesar que estimula a la vida para seguir creando en el Sueño Divino del Creador. Somos su Sueño, y en su Sueño soñamos. El Despertar del Ser es la revelación de Aquel que nos soñó para crearnos." (Maria Lizon~Autor).
🌤 The Sky spoke... "When Nature speaks to us, it is the embrace of the Creator. Clouds are a language, an image that reveals the movement of Creation, an endless one that stimulates life to continue creating in the Divine Dream of the Creator. We are His Dream, and we dream in His Dream. The Awakenning of being is the revelation of the One who dreamed us to create us." (Maria Lizon~Author).
New book day. Early night but which one to start first....#lovereading
Провожу вечера в приятной компании :) я давно не покупала бумажных книг, а недавно возобновила традицию и довольна :) книгу "Людина розумна" я ещё не прочитала, но вдохновившись #bookstagram и видео с YouTube , думаю написать что-нибудь о книгах, которые меня впечатляют и вдохновляют в этом году. И давайте знакомиться? Расскажите, читаете ли вы? Покупаете ли бумажные книги? Какие языки предпочитаете?
It has been TOO long since my last post. i don't even know how long it's been. A week and a bit? More? But my camera is currently comatose and my exams are in less than a month and my house has been swamped by people wanting to buy it and yeah... been very busy.
But anyway, it's St Marks Eve! If you haven't read the Raven Cycle... then 1) you're missing out (read them ok) and 2) you're probably wondering why half of the bookstagrammers out there are rambling on about this random day that no one even celebrates it's a special day for the Raven Cycle fandom, alright. To be completely honest, I wouldn't have remembered the occasion if Maggie hadn't posted that snippet on tumblr (I literally died) but still, I wanted to honor the beginning of such a wonderful and stunning series that means so much to me and has brought so much joy to my life (by posting a totally un-raven cycle post - but whatever.)
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon was not an underrated book, when it came out fourteen years ago. It won an award and was made into a successful theatre play. Nevertheless, it is today’s #underratedbookmondays, as it has stayed with me ever since and far beyond its mention in the media. When I first started reading it, I thought I had got something wrong. It seemed to be more of a children’s book and moreover, it was a murder mystery novel, which I hardly ever read. But soon Haddon’s intention became clear.
The detective and narrator is Christopher who is fifteen and has Asperger’s Syndrome. He knows a great deal about maths and very little about human beings. He loves lists, patterns and the truth. He hates the colours yellow and brown and being touched. When he finds a neighbour’s dog murdered he sets out on a journey, which will turn his world upside down. It is a sad, funny and very clever book. It is a unique and empathetic portrayal of an autistic mind and I have never read anything like it.