Hey there, book cult!
I hope you guys are doing well. This is a fun post I love to do. I came up with it on the idea that I love to share favorite book quotes and I also didn’t want to overutilize your time with a ridiculously long, schmooozy-like essay I’ve got a couple of lines from books that touched a more personal place for me.
“Sometimes, I look outside, and I think that a lot of other people have seen this snow before. Just like I think a lot of other people have read those books before. And listened to those songs.” (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky)
This is one of those pensive wonderings that get too me. I can’t be the only one who has got to thinking this everyone in a while. Wondered if anyone was feeling exactly this one thing in this one moment while under the same exact sky somewhere else. If there is one philosophical ponder I enjoy slipping into , it’s this one. It’s beautiful and curious to wonder if you’re the only one in that moment that saw or experienced something so simply beautiful.
“Sometimes, without warning, you find a member of your tribe. Someone who speaks your language instantly. Understands the ways you see the world.” (The Theory of Everything, Kari Luna)
This is such a joyous feeling because right then you’re not alone. You found somebody you can be nothing but yourself around. It’s very special and wholesome.
More to come soon…
Thoughts? Let’s chat in the comments below!