He shouted in anger, but it was also the scream of one who sees another fall and, shocked and without thinking, screams against his own will.
"those who are facing a charge are the most attractive"
Anarchist Kafka and the criticism of power institutions
This title 💕
For this weekend 📚
More of Russian Classics
Guess it's some progress 🙂
Sometimes we find ourselves in the middle of it, no choice whether you accept it or turn it down, you have to defend yourself, then if you are tired its bad.
Kafka puts it this way;
"He no longer had any choice whether he would accept the trial or turn it down, he was in the middle of it and had to defend himself. If he was tired, then that was bad."
The book that never ends
moments "when you think you‘ve achieved nothing at all, when it seems that the only trials to come to a good end are those that were determined to have a good end from the start and would do so without any help, while all the others are lost despite all the running to and fro, all the effort, all
the little, apparent successes that gave such joy."
For you, a thousand times over 💕 my intro to Khaled Hosseini.
Happiness is the smell of a new book 💕
This is how i journeyed Kurd history and Kurdistan, a fascinating journalistic travelogue. It gives a good historical insight into the tragic history of Kurdish people and their emergence into a stateless legitimate power in the Middle East.
It's like walking past a mirror you've walked past every day of your life, and suddenly it shows you something else, something troubling and strange.
When you‘ve been in the world for thirty years already and had to make your own way through everything
yourself, which has been my lot, then you become hardened to surprises and don‘t take them too hard.