Reading books 🙂😍

Many of us love reading and are mostly addicted to books. We know how much they support us. Here are some of the facts I came across about how much reading can improve our brain functioning. Let’s read more and do share this info and encourage others to start reading 🙂☺️😍

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About elaine ecosmith

Dreaming to be a marine conservation biologist. Hold passion for books and to write on random sparks which could result in essay, poetry or fiction. Love movies and music. I believe in finding peace with oneself and always have gratitude for all what you have got 😊☺️

7 responses to “Reading books 🙂😍

  1. Reading gives you new friends. Reading is mediation. Reading gives you tender heart. Reading leads to family fight if your partner is averse to reading. I will figure our some more later,

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  2. Good that you remind me about reading, remember now about Lolosa Nobel speech. if you get time read that full speech. ” At times I wondered whether writing was not a solipsistic luxury in countries like mine, where there were scant readers, so many people who were poor and illiterate, so much injustice, and where culture was a privilege of the few. These doubts, however, never stifled my calling, and I always kept writing even during those periods when
    earning a living absorbed most of my time. I believe I did the right thing, since if, for literature to flourish, it was first necessary for a society to achieve high culture, freedom, prosperity, and justice, it never would have existed. But thanks to literature, to the consciousness it shapes, the desires and longings it inspires, and our disenchantment with reality when we return from the journey to a beautiful fantasy, civilization is now less cruel than when storytellers began to humanize life with their fables. We would be
    worse than we are without the good books we have read, more conformist, not as
    restless, more submissive, and the critical spirit, the engine of progress, would not even exist. Like writing, reading is a protest against the insufficiencies of life. When we look
    in fiction for what is missing in life, we are saying, with no need to say it or even to know it, that life as it is does not satisfy our thirst for the absolute – the foundation of the human condition – and should be better. We invent fictions in order to live somehow
    the many lives we would like to lead when we barely have one at our disposal.”
    Regards.

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  3. Good blog. Informative and Inspiring. 🙂

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