Although English isn’t my first language, I have obviously failed a few times too. I think that’s another reason related to why I’m not into reading or writing. Honestly I really want to get into it though. I want to read a book that leaves me in the edge of my seat. That excitement you get while reading an astonishing book and you just don’t want to let it down.
Individuality is one of my favorite words, I love to think on the individuality that each person has, so if you ever find me staring at you, its probobly because im figuring your´s out. Writing about this helped me learn multiple stuff, I think that this bunch of information I just learned today may someday help me in the future. When I reread this essay and I see all the information Ive written down it honestly makes me think of how important it is to respect yourself, Ive noticed this when I talked about how important it is to be different. I undoubtelly enjoyed reading Harrison Bergeron, because it woken up my perspectives on how good individuality can be, and that it 's okey to be
“Call me Ishmael” is a popular quote from the book Moby Dick. Perhaps read by parents rather than the children of this generation. We all know that reading is important, but why do we neglect it? This is due to the fact that the younger generations are less exposed to reading and books in general. Putting it simply, time is a constraint.
Another example is on page 334 that says, “ ‘-and I felt like I could do anything.’ ‘Anything!’ ‘And the world was just waiting for me!’ ” I found this part disturbing because all of Harlan was there, but in different people. Also, everyone was interrupting each other and thinking the same thoughts which was Harlan’s thoughts, but Harlan was dead. In addition to those things, I also didn’t like the ending of the novel because it wasn’t very strong, even though it is in a series. One example of how it wasn’t strong is on page 329 it says, “ For the first time in his life, Lev feels those bonds around his soul begin to loosen.” I feel like Lev should’ve
In the beginning of the semester, my reading and writing was a complete chaos. I would mainly spite reading because I would lose my patience really fast. Writing on the other hand was adequate, but my vocabulary did not match my capacity. An example I could use would be when I began to do the essays. My first essay was the “Memoir” and I could honestly say my writing was not very good, luckily I had a few things to guide me by while writing this essay.
Significant life events would have to be a major event that has made my life worthwhile. Not only the big events have shown my parents ' interest in my life, but it also shows that they are supportive. For instance, my family is open to hearing about anything and there is little that they are limited to discussing. One thing that has taken a toll on my family about sharing significant or insignificant details about the day is getting closer to know what is going on in our lives with how we are acting and the reasons everyone does certain things in life. One moment where this ritual has taken a major effect on my life was when I was able to share any of my milestones that changed my life.
Contrary to that thought, I was mistaken. In my lipscomb experience class we had to read sci fi books which was far different from what I usually read. This book was called Ringworld by Larry Niven. My negative thoughts about reading came back to because half the time I did not understand the vocabulary used in the book and the various amount of characters and their personalities. The positive thing about coming across this book was achieving a preference for what I did like to read.
I feel like flipping pages digitally doesn’t give you the same satisfaction and the feel of achievement as a hard copy of a book would. Pointing at what I am reading is always one of my habits, which will not really happen on a Kindle without accidentally highlighting the words or taping into another application. Even though it is more convenient when you are outside especially if you don’t want to carry all the heavy books in your backpack, it is really an advantage when it coming to someone like me, who probably reads a book once a
So I continued writing, fully aware of what I was getting myself into and now filled with joy in knowing that when people get to read my story it will also inspire them in being truthful to themselves. Revolutionise and transform their lives through the realisation that no matter how bad things were, nothing was really ever lost. So I couldn 't continue being so conservative and hide behind my fears because being free is so cool and I 'm radically non apologetic for the new me. My past attached with all my losses birthed this dynamic authentic best version of who i was created to be and I 'm in love the new me. I had to learn to discover things about myself that I had been used to hide so well.