It’s a little long but it will be worth it.
It’s a little long but it will be worth it.
I hate watching films with sad endings. Why make films depressing too? Isn’t the drama in real life enough? Not fair.
In my opinion, films should be that magical place where everyone is happy and get what they wish for. Films should provide us a break from our problematic real lives. There are news papers and news stations to cover the dark side of our reality. There is no need for another medium, i.e. movies, to do the same as well. Unnecessary.
Maybe I should start reading the plot before I proceed to watch a movie. However, this defeats the purpose of watching movies but I do not really care. As Rhett Butler says to Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the wind, “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.” And I really don’t. I would rather read (shouldn’t take more than a minute or two) about the movie than sit through the entire movie and forming emotional connections with the characters to only only find out that it does not end well. Who would want to be reminded of our dark and eerie pasts, which we are trying to forget, of our lives by watching films with depressive endings? No, thank you.
I guess (oh I know) this is my official goodbye to movies with depressive endings and stories.
To my readers: You don’t have to agree with any of my points here. Everyone has their own opinions.
Inspiration: “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill
Whatever the MIND OF MAN can CONCEIVE and BELIEVE it can ACHIEVE.
-Napoleon Hill (Think and grow rich)
Since there have be no comments, there is nothing else I can do but terminate the series. We will just try this again sometime.
Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you. – Lao Tzu
So true, isn’t it? Some of us are just never content with what we have. We are always looking for new stuff AND people. I am not saying that we should not get new things or even develop relationships with new people. What I mean is that we tend to go after “new” people and materials while ignoring the ones we already have. We forget that they even exist. And when you lose them (referring to both materials and people), that is when you actually realize their value. By then, it is too late!! There is nothing that you could do but regret the times that you ignored them either intentionally or unintentionally. And when we actually do get new things or people, our happiness does not even last that long!! This is so sad! I would love to elaborate on this topic a little more but I have to call it a day. I have got a volunteering event to attend tomorrow morning.
Good night and Good morning, peeps!
Yup, it is that time of the year: stating one’s resolutions.
Here is my list in no particular order:
I would love to hear yours!
A very happy new year to you all!!!
I have just finished reading the above book. It is truly a very sad story!
To be honest, I did not actually read every single word in the book as I skipped some chapters that I couldn’t get myself to read, such as the background info of the Hmong people. (This tells me that I will have to start reading history books, to get used to reading histories!)
Has anyone of you read this book? It is terrifying! Regardless of what you might think of me later, let me say the following: After having read about Lia Lee (the child on the front cover), I am thankful for a lot of things in my life. I mean, think about it. We do not appreciate the blessing and fortunes that we have till we come across someone or someone’s story whose life was (or is) much harder than the ones we have lead or currently leading.
Let us forget about the the one who is actually going through difficult times, but think of the ones who have to watch their beloved ones suffer! Specifically, a mother who has to watch her child fighting to survive, how awful it must be for her to see her child that she gave birth to suffering from severe medical problems?! Just try to put yourself in her shoes (not literally) and think/feel from her perspective! It is agonizing!
I am not sure whether I would like to read the book again mainly due to the bad memories that this book brings back.
I would love to know about the feelings of those who have read this particular book! I am itching to discuss about it with the ones that have read it.
Oh, on a brighter note, I finally went to the library and got that Dicken’s novel (Great Expectations). I seriously need to read something that is light after having read the above book.
Well, happy reading and writing, y’all!
Long time, no see! Don’t blame me, blame my studies!!! Seriously!
Anyway, hope you are all doing good!
I am not sure why but especially when finals are near, I pick up a book and start reading! Since my finals are 2-3 weeks away, I have indeed picked up a book (not literally, ebook) and started reading it. The book: The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down by Anne Fadiman. I am enjoying it but I will have to admit that I sometimes get lost with keeping tracking of names and places mentioned. Its pretty sad! Have you guys heard of Lia Lee? Google it!
Also, I am on book hunt, well, hunting for another book. The one that I am reading now gets a little boring at times and so am looking for another to keep me interested. I am not even sure what I am looking for! Maybe, Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. However, I would like to read it from an actual book, not an ebook. The libraries are closed due to holidays and so I will have to wait till Monday to get it. I just hope that I will have enough time to actually go to the library, search for it, and get it checked out. I know, it IS a SHAME that I still have not read this particular book!!!!! I hope to change that soon! I will definitely start and finish reading it before the end of 2016.
I have to get back to studying now!
I wil bug you all later!
Happy reading and writing, y’all!