Hey there, book liberators!
Welcome to the bi-weekly Speedy Quote Sunday where I share a couple of lines from books that I’ve read and maybe enjoyed. Only maybe because while a book can have a hell of a good line, it can also suck overall. LOL.
Still, I enjoy getting this opportunity to share them with you.
These lines came from some classic writers that pinpoint the beauty and simplicity in the wonder of life. They touch on the light, heartache, and life. The lines may come off on basic, but if you linger on them, give a tinkering thought, then maybe you’ll see where they connect in your own life. Or…maybe not.
“I’m afraid of time. I mean, I’m afraid of not having enough to. Not enough time to understand people, how they really are, or to be understood myself. I’m afraid of the quick judgments and mistakes that everybody makes. You can’t fix them without time. I’m afraid of seeing snapshots instead of movies.” (The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Ann Brashares)
“Beautiful and nuts. What a combination.” (That Summer, Sarah Dessen)
More to come soon…
Thoughts? Let’s chat in the comments below!