Eat, Pray, Love


I was reading " a farewell to arms" by
i was in some points rnjoying the story, but after the nurse got pregnant and ambulance man has been taken away for a mission, things started to be more and more annoying and especially dramatic.
so last synday I went to the library just to be around books for brief moments, because I was with my sister who I want to attract her to that amazing world ... and in other hand we were with our parents and you know we shouldn't be late :s.
so we entered to the library and we picked up a book, practically my sister did. She picked the book of elizabith Gilbert's book up the famous one : "eat, pray, live"
I'm already on 29th page, I like it so much there isn't that amount of antonomy, the story is wonderful and the way how it is been narrated is just amazing. I like it I like it.
you find bellow the quotes that I fell for.
- "having a baby is like getting a tattoo on your face. You need to be certain it's what you want before you commit"
- "i want to have a lasting experience of God"
- " sometimes I feel like I understand the divinity of this world , but then I lose it because I get distracted by my petty desires and fears. I  want to be with God all the time. But I don't want to be a monk, or totally give up worldly pleasures. I guess what I want to learn is how to live in this world and enjoy its delights, but also devote myself to God"
by the way this is what I really want... Really she could explain ny desire my goal by her own words.
I will return back for more reflexes and quotes.
Nissin

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