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- Print Length: 396 pages
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- Publication Date: March 9, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00UHDYNXK
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #494,791 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Why Goldfish Never Die: A tale of five seasons. Kindle Edition
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.... disappointed that it ended!!! Lol.
I bet for a second there you might have lost your breath reading that lol.
I had not bought books before. I've bought books because I had to, but never because I wanted to. Knowing the author was why I wanted to read it. I think knowing someone and reading something that someone you know wrote makes it intriguing. It puts it into reality whilst reading. If that makes sense. See when I read I vision. I vision the person writing it telling a story. Where as if I didn't know the author there would be no meaning to the words as I couldn't vision the person telling the story. Well to some extent there would be but not on the same level as knowing the author. The book took me on a journey that I would have to say drew me into a real reality of what everyone at some point would have to of had thought of before even just for a few seconds. If one person thinks about life like it's playing a video in one's head and someone actually writes a book about it then it must mean that more of us have had that thought. And the more you think about the amount of people walking around thinking the same thoughts really makes you think that maybe it is real what I'm thinking about how life works in my little head. It can't be just me and the person that wrote this book now can it?. I doubt it. I had a thought which pops into my head every now and then and it goes something like this ... If everyone that is alive and is able to speak at the same time asks for just one miracle then would it happen?. But every living soul that us able to speak has to say it at the same time otherwise it won't work. Because there would be no reason for that miracle not to work if everyone asked for it . The book brings out scenarios like this and captivates the reader and amuses their mind even when the book is closed and sitting on the bedside table. It brought out another thought that absolutely used to and still does make my brain hurt . It goes like this.. picture the earth as a blue ball surrounded by black universe. if looking down on it and imagine you drew a red circle around it . Now try to draw a red circle around the end of the black universe. It's impossible. But the journey it takes you on is amazing, first you go past what you know like Pluto and the sun but then what's beyond that it entirely up to you. Pretend your strapped to a never ending jet pack and can fly at a trillion light years a milli second and fly straight up and try to touch the wall and come back. It's impossible to come back because there isn't a end to put a circle around. It's never ending . But surely there has to be a end or a wall to touch and then come back. Anyway your book is amazing and it opens up thought patterns that everyone at some stage would have to of had thought of. Just the ones you write about seem to be what people think of. So there must be truth to it somewhere out there. Now it's cheries turn to read it. I wonder if she can relate to the words in this book as much as I did. Thanks Brian for a fantastic read.
The poetry contained here is special, it feeds the theme of this book, it does it gently, but instructively: guiding us, leading us by the hand, really. There's no anxiety here, no rush... a quest for peace once lost, now found.
By guiding us through the seasons of the year, the author leads us along the path of the seasons of our lives. A perfect and time-honed allusion that 'as the world turns'--so do we. But to, or into, what? This is a call to us to change our world, our thinking in & about it, and thereby changing the very reality that surrounds us. We're encouraged to plant these seeds, for hope and a better waking tomorrow.
This is a work that wants we, the readers, to recognize the energy all about us and to meditate on this and the nature of our existences and to positively come to a better understanding of ourselves and our natures.
Fabulous book I highly recommend.
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