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Monday, 21 January 2013

The Art of Choosing

At some point of my life I tend to be very sensitive and too deep thinking which is quite extraordinary for someone who has just turned twenty. So I have been thinking about it for a long time. Why? Why do I have these ideas at this early phase of my life? Why do I care about so many things which are not always related to me and my life. Nature of human coexistence, coherence between freedom and fortune have been the main topic of my long debates with myself ...Hard for me to say the exact reason, but I assume Dostoevsky whose books I have been reading since the age of twelve had quite strong impact. Maybe that is the reason why children read stories with happy-ends and not the dark sided novels like I did. Maybe that is why they say every age has its own literature. I did not know the importance of choosing the right literature. I did not even know the importance of choices by that time. Now I do, but does it really change anything? I guess it does. Maybe I have missed many times in my life where I should have made better choices or maybe I should have known that I have bundles of alternatives to choose from. Or I should have understood that I am actually making a choice...What I am trying to say is that literature we read can totally change our mind, the way we think and behave and so it changes us as an individual. Despite the fact that it sounds like a very basic thing, choosing right books to read, movies to watch and music to listen is of a great importance not only for children but for people at different ages. It can change your future choices, your future pathway and ultimately, it formulates your life.

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