The TIME traveller’s wife

"but don't you think, i persist, that it's better to be extremely happy for a short while, even if you lose it, than to be JUST OKAY for your whole life."

The Traveler’s Wife

page. 76 “What’s the opposite of determinism?”
Answer: “Chaos”

"but don't you think, i persist, that it's better to be extremely happy for a short while, even if you lose it, than to be JUST OKAY for your whole life."

“but don’t you think, i persist, that it’s better to be extremely happy for a short while, even if you lose it, than to be JUST OKAY for your whole life.”

This novel speaks greatly of how love for each other should be devoted, against all odds, even time. The story exposes the delicate connection of time and love, beautifully woven, some parts were boring (that’s normal, right?) and it demands interpretation like this one chosen quote by Emily Dickson mentioned in the book “The heart asks pleasure first; and then excuse from pain.”

My favorite parts:

I. Henry and Claire’s wedding.
II. when Clare’s finally pregnant after 6 miscarriages
III. when she gave birth (I cried)
IV. their regular family moments like breakfast time.
V. When Henry who could visit the past and the future brought a winning lottery ticket and they as expected bought a big house because he wants his wife to have a “bigger” studio to pursue her passion in creating artworks and that is the only advantage of having his condition termed as “Chrono Diplaced Person” and I don’t wish to have that genetic problem though it’s kind of exciting. I don’t want the love of my life waiting for me in vain (nakss waiting in vain by Bob Marley) and then suddenly appear naked (hah)

As mentioned from my previous post (like somebody’s even reading it except ME lol) I just picked this book from my first visit at “The last bookstore” even though it exceeded the price which I told myself to spend (I break my own rule, need I say more?hehe) ahhhh Heaven, thank you because it was so WORTH it. This is the first book of Audrey Niffenegger- what a great, talented, prolific mind. I obviously admire her work of art.

This is NOT your ordinary, repeatedly or cliche type of love and life story and I have to remind myself at least after reading 5 pages of it that it’s not REAL hey you! It’s a fiction thing because she, the author kind of made me convinced that the main character’s medical or strange problem is for REAL. The first part was “hey what are you talking about?” and will make you want an OREO and Ovaltine haha she mentioned those and keeps mentioning foods like “They ordered TOM KHA KAI and GANG MUSSAMAN….” Hmmnn whatever that is I have no idea :) oh wait let me check if it’s tagged on instgrm hehe. There you go! tom kha kai is a soup and there’s 908 posts as of September 5, 2014 Friday 1:46 PM. How about Gang Mussaman? say what? NO RESULT on instrgam, so let me google it sister, there you go it’s a Thai recipe. Now I know what to order when I go to a Thai restaurant. Coffee is also a favorite drink here, yay to coffee lovers like me and so I’m assuming that the creative author is in love with coffee too (nakks)

The story reminded me of the following:

i. What is meant to be will happen, everything needs the so-called “perfect timing” and then I remember this, “timing, sometimes is a bitch”
ii. Waiting is loneliness but it’s worth it.
in connection to number 3 haha.

iii. The song “worth it” by Francesca Battistelli

here’s the lyrics :)

Love’s not a feeling, love‘s not convenient
But I know love can change your life
Love takes sacrifice, love cuts like a knife
Sometimes love will make you cry
Love‘s not easy but it’s worth it

Love is a hunger, but love won’t leave you empty
See it’s a language of the heart
Love can steal your pride, but love won’t let you ride
It takes everything you’ve got
Love‘s not easy but it’s worth it

What you gonna do when the bottom falls out
And you’re left with nothing
But your fear and your doubt to hold you, hold you?

Where you’re gonna run when it’s all on the line
And you’re looking for someone
To save your life, to save your life?

Love can hear you, love can heal you
If you let it inside, oh, remember now
Love’s not easy but it’s worth it.

I’m sorry if this is turning out as love bug kind of post.hehe.

iv. 1 Corinthians 13. Verse 4- Love is patient, Love is kind. It doesn’t envy, it doesn’t boast, it isn’t proud. Verse 7 it always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

So,let me end this by quoting a part of Henry’s love letter to his wife.

“We will see each other again, Clare. Until then, live, fully, present in the world, which is so beautiful. It’s dark now, and I am very tired. I love you, always. TIME is nothing.
-Henry.

and on page 536 Monday, July 14, 2053 ( Clare is 82 years old)

I sometimes wonder if this readiness, this expectation, prevents the miracle from happening. But I have no choice. He is coming, and I am here.
-Clare

ahhhhh Love always hopes, always perseveres.

happy reading ppl.
x.
kÀt©
09052014

P.S

Check the movie trailer or the movie itself of this book :) as for me, I’ll wait for it to be available on netflix haha. Patience, Henry whispered.

The Last Bookstore

"Books are the ultimate Dumpees: put them down and they’ll wait for you forever; pay attention to them and they always love you back." 
— John Green (An Abundance of Katherines)

I know, I know and I’ve been told and asked “why do you still read “real” books?” my answer is simple; I don’t enjoy reading on my iPad :) I did try and I always end up closing it and opening my Facebook and instgram account instead and worst, online shopping haha.

Learn To Be Quiet 

Franz Kafka

You need not do anything.

Remain sitting at your table and listen.

You need not even listen, just wait.

You need not even wait, just learn to be quiet, still and solitary.

And the world will freely offer itself to you unmasked.

It has no choice, it will roll in ecstasy at your feet.

I‘m not gonna say “I know, I know.” again haha but hey I do know how it feels to be in quiet mode, it’s healthy and unhealthy for your soul (soul, what?) ever have that feeling one Saturday morning and you’ve nothing else on mind to do but you want to accomplish something, you woke up, check your phone, no message, no missed call, some notifications from Facebook and almost the same newsfeed because you only follow thought catalog and ABS CBN, seriously it’s so amazing to have the freedom to choose, one or two likes on instgram haha, play music on spotify, watch some movies and one or two episode of Orange is the new black ughhh seriously, I need to go out and hear human voice out from my apartment, I need to see people haha and so I’m thankful when voila! I remembered one of Coco Quizon’s post when she was here in L.A., an unfiltered picture of books and from the comments (yes, i read some comments too haha) I learned that the picture was taken at Downtown, “the last bookstore” So on my first love’s 27th (huh, already? and it’s my turn next year holler) I decided to go out from my small place and brave the art of commuting- just for the sake of feeling the feeling of “Hey, i did something on my off from work.” haha. prfff “feeling, the feeling?” haha parang tagalog lang ah hay nahiya ako hindi ko kayang magpaka deep :) so, I checked the metro bus app on my phone and voila it’s just a 10 minutes ride from my place :) Let me share the pictures of my adventure. 

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 I didn’t check the time when I arrived, and from the receipt I paid the two books I chose at almost 2 p.m so I guess I spent around 3 hours inside. I was surprised when I went inside “oh my gosh, after almost 24 months of staying here in L.A why only now?” haha what a surprise! wonderful surprise and discovery, finally I can change my routine of going to the Beverly side; I mean at Barnes and Noble (uh oh could it be the reason why i didn’t renew my membership in BN? yay) so, yehey! to new place, to new tambayan! (grin on my face) 

 

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From their website: http://lastbookstorela.com/about/

  • The Last Bookstore, currently in our third incarnation, began in 2005 in a downtown Los Angeles loft. That was when owner Josh Spencer decided to take his decade of experience selling everything from cars to clothes on eBay and focus entirely on his first love: books. Our online business grew quickly along with the revival of downtown LA. When a small location in the Old Bank District at 4th and Main became available Christmas 2009, we jumped in and opened our doors to the public. The support from the community was overwhelming. Thanks, everybody!
  • People seemed to especially enjoy selling their used books to us, as one of the last places in LA still buying books. Our inventory quickly overflowed the shelves, and at the end of our lease June 2011 the Last Bookstore moved to the 10,000 sq. ft location at 5th & Spring St. A record shop and coffee bar filled out the ground floor September, 2011. Most recently, we expanded another 6,100 sq. ft. by opening up the Labyrinth Above the Last Bookstore on our mezzanine level, with over 100,000 books all priced at one dollar each! Now we’ve become the largest independent bookstore in California buying and selling used & new books and records.
  • The name was chosen with irony, but it has become a self-fulfilling prophecy as physical bookstores are dying out like dinosaurs from the meteoric impact of Amazon and e-books. With our constant turnover of stock, regular musical and literary events, vinyl LP and graphic novel shops, and the Spring Arts Collective sharing our space, we book-lovers at the Last Bookstore hope to last as long as we can in downtown LA’s vibrant new community. Join the cause! Buy, sell, trade, and above all read real books…before they’re gone.

 

 

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So downstairs (photo above) is 10,000 sq. ft wide and on the second level is 6,100 sq. ft., the labyrinth- it’s like you’re inside a cave of books, neatly arranged, I didn’t sneeze :) I admire that they maintain cleanliness inside. For non-book lovers I guess they’ll find the place weird :) ahhh welcome to our world, world of book lovers, real books! 

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As you walk on this super amazing arranged-books like an alley you’ll see lots and lots of books and guess what? as mentioned on their website, they’re 1$ each. I didn’t see a 1$ book though because I was like a piece of cloth spinning around busy taking pictures (guilty) I didn’t take a selfie though I guess my shyness was ON that day :)  I felt happy too when I saw kids inside, browsing books with their parents.DSC_0802

 

 Looking at this photo (above) I guess the designer’s thought was “hey, open your books and fly away, fly away from realities of life and escape into every writer’s prolific, fascinating imaginations described in words.” (lol talking to myself here)

 

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So here are the books that I bought from my FIRST visit, yes! first because I’m sure there will be second, third… DSC_0804

Or every chance I have. Right now, I’m reading this “Time Traveler’s wife” I don’t know why I chose this one I didn’t even read the back page I guess the cover was so appealing to my myopic eyes haha. The “Anne Frank diary” was a long time wish list for me to read and that’s why when I saw it I felt an “aha moment” feeling- this is mine :) DSC_0806

 

So that’s it for now. It’s time for me to “Remain sitting at your table and listen.” as ordered by Kafka. Time to remain on my bed and listen to my books :) 

"Books are the ultimate Dumpees: put them down and they’ll wait for you forever; pay attention to them and they always love you back."  — John Green (An Abundance of Katherines)

“Books are the ultimate Dumpees: put them down and they’ll wait for you forever; pay attention to them and they always love you back.”
— John Green (An Abundance of Katherines)

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Happy reading people. Let’s support writers and read their work of art. 

x.

kat ©

It's time to GO.

It’s time to GO.

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7th Heaven

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My first time to read James Patterson’s book. I wasn’t disappointed (yey!)

It’s an easy read, chapters are short. I like his style. This book belongs to his “Women’s Murder Club Series”

The ending was a surprise…so I guess, I’ll be reading more J.Patterson’s book, it’s like watching criminal minds.

From the book: Money is the root of all evil. Radix omnium malorum est cupiditas.

do you agree?

X.
Kat

Sycamore Row+Robin Williams+Black,Black and White

√ You roll the dice, sometimes you lose.

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Title: Sycamore Row

Author: John Grisham, Copyright 2013, 447 pages.

In Sycamore Row, John Grisham returns to the setting and the unforgettable characters  of A Time to Kill (my favorite among his novels)

In Sycamore Row, John Grisham returns to the setting and the unforgettable characters of A Time to Kill (my favorite among his novels)

Six days ago I picked this Sycamore Row from the small library of the Lolo and Lolas, I knew this is a new one because it’s been coming on my inbox from Barnes and Noble (oh and that reminds me, to renew or not to renew my membership, hehe) from my last post about depression I mentioned how coincidence it was with the sad news about Robin Williams, since this book started with how an old man ended his life; suicide. A very sad reality that’s happening, let me say it again- depression is real, I wish for all of us not to ignore it and ask for help :) and offer help to those we know who are suffering from depression.

Today, I heard the President talked about Michael Brown, a black young man killed by an officer. It’s kind of related with this book because once again Grisham tackled the story (not a history, I wish it’s just a history now, a thing of the past) BUT up until now issues among black and white still somehow stain our society.

“While I understand the passions and the anger that arise over the death of Michael Brown, giving in to that anger by looting or carrying guns and even attacking the police only serves to raise tensions and stir chaos. It undermines rather than advancing justice,” Obama said.

Just like the ending of this book which I think was good on both sides of people involved I wish for them to have peace in Ferguson, Missouri.

Looking back on the book’s story- it’s an engaging although I kind of got bored on some fillers whatever that means to you :) fillers like the husband of Leticia Lang maybe there’s a lesson in there; do not drive under the influence of alcohol/drugs. I obviously hate his character but from his share of story in the novel emerged my most favorite part of the story that is when the parents of two young boys forgave him from driving drunk that eventually took the lives of two promising boys. Oh if only we FORGIVE and FORGET.

From page 277.

Are you a Christian, Jake?

“I am. Sometimes more of one than others, but i’m trying.”

“I thought so. In the sixth chapter of the Gospel of Luke, Jesus teaches the importance of forgiveness.He knows we’re human and our natural tendency is to seek revenge, to strike back, to condemn those who hurt us, but this is wrong. We’re supposed to forgive, always.

-o0o-

From this book you will learn how a case is being managed by lawyers, judge, and juries. You will learn terms like holographic will and testamentary capacity of which I googled to understand it more :) say hello to wikipedia.

HOLOGRAPHIC WILL is a will and testament that has been entirely handwritten and signed by the testator. Traditionally, a will must be signed by witnesses attesting to the validity of the testator’s signature and intent, but in many jurisdictions, holographic wills that have not been witnessed are treated equally to witnessed wills and need only to meet minimal requirements in order to be probated.

*The Guinness Book of World Records lists The shortest will in the world as “Vše ženě,” (Czech, “everything to wife“), written on the bedroom wall of a man who realized his imminent demise and made a swift attempt to distribute his chattels before expiring.[1] It clearly meets the minimum requirements, being his own work and no one else’s. On 8 June 1948 in Saskatchewan, Canada, a farmer named Cecil George Harris who had become trapped under his own tractor carved a will into the tractor’s fender. It read, “In case I die in this mess I leave all to the wife. Cecil Geo. Harris.” The fender was probated and stood as his will. The fender is currently on display at the law library of the University of Saskatchewan College of Law.

-o0o-

Is it worth it? YES! read this book and be inspired by the characters “story of my life”

I think highly of Portia, the daughter of a black woman who works as a housekeeper/caregiver and an alcoholic, irresponsible, immature man. She did her best to get out of a complicated family situation, traveled the world, studied different languages, entered military. When she went home to help her family, she maintained her respect to her father and most of all she didn’t stop pursuing her dreams- she has ambitions in life one of which is to become a lawyer. 

Jake Brigance, the remarkable lawyer of “A Time to kill” I like his dedication to his profession and not forgetting the importance of his family. 

Be polite, Be concise, Don’t volunteer. If you don’t know, then you don’t know. Remember the camera catches everything and I’ll be right beside you for protection.
-Jake Brigance

 

Happy reading people. 

x.

kat.

08182014 Monday, Southern Cali.

 

p.s

a time to kill is still my favorite JG book.

 

 

 

Adele, where are you?

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For Adele, “rolling in the deep” was her fu*k you to her ex.
Who doesn’t like her song “someone like you” and or her songs? I think everybody can relate to her songs.

This biography book answered of course the basic questions like her childhood, family, inspirations etc.

■Childhood- raised by a single mom, big salute to all the single mothers who raised/are raising their kid/s on their own.

■Halfway through the book I thought of how miseries in life could turn out as a blessing like having your heart broken, you are able to write a song, you learn, you break, you bleed, you sulk and then through the help of your family and friends and most importantly through you, through your decision to finally open the curtains, drain the alcohol on the sink, throw the cigarettes, take a shower, go out for a walk, talk, laugh, and even simply eat- you’ll feel fine. Everything will just be fine atleast when you accept it, when you swallow the realities that it happened and thats it, time to face a new day and write a better version of you.

■Another part that caught me was when Adele was diagnosed with vocal cord hemorrhage, she wasn’t allowed to speak for six weeks, I imagined myself unable or not allowed to talk for six weeks. Omg. Thing is, we’re humans, our bodies give up. We need to take care of ourselves, our health ( alleluia, preach!) Oh words. Now, I’m thinking of drinking lots of water (tomorrow) haha.

■ Adele knew what she wanted, she knew her passion and I once read that we should know what our passion is in order to know our purpose in life. From there, we’ve a direction, we’ve a plan, we’ve a reason to get up in the morning, with clear goals to accomplish because seriously, nobody wants to be a bummer forever. So, what’s my passion?
Think.

X.
Kat
P.S
I’m waiting for Adele’s next album, it’s already August.

If I Stay

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH6PNeTy6Nc

“You can have your wishes, your plans, but at the end of the day, it’s out of your control -Mia”
― Gayle Forman, If I Stay


√ My question after reading this book, why did I picked this? of all the books inside Barnes and Noble, I chose “If I Stay” the book cover is a check, the title is a check and by check I mean “nice, eye-catching, intriguing” and why did I read it when it’s gloomy and it just rained in Southern California, a rare event somehow for someone who spent more than 20 years of her life in Belance, wherein RAIN is expected everyday and yes I miss rain ugh.

Oh don’t think that I was disappointed because I admire Foreman’s way of writing- she expresses herself like narrating a movie. The story of this book will undeniably make you cry and most importantly, THINK.

There’s something fragile in us when “Life, Death, Family, and Love” are the topic. It breaks something in us. As Mia, stated, “It’s out of your control..” you may have wishes about your life, death, family and love life but at the end of the day it’s out of your control- so sleep! sleep on it haha okay, seriously, it reminded  me of this powerful phrase “God’s will”  

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Go read this one or watch the movie :)

x.

Kat.

cam and I

I want to share these photos I took one sunny day here in L.A when my camera and I went out for a date, every picture I take somehow help me express myself (NAKS) including my selfies? hehe.

Look at the two person below, aren’t they “cool” for their age? :) 

Yes, I chose to use Deepak Chopra’s quotes as captions just because, why NOT? haha ang lalim noh? Well, simply because I love his work of art, insights and I will soon read his books (promise) 

“The worst curse to befall anyone is stagnation, a banal existence, the quiet desperation that comes out of a need for conformity. ”  ― Deepak Chopra, The Return of Merlin

“The worst curse to befall anyone is stagnation, a banal existence, the quiet desperation that comes out of a need for conformity. ”
― Deepak Chopra, The Return of Merlin

oh the need to conform :( I have more thoughts about the photo above and I choose to keep them to myself haha or if you want we can talk about it with a cup of coffee in our hands and do more people watching. 

“Whatever relationships you have attracted in your life at this moment, are precisely the ones you need in your life at this moment. There is a hidden meaning behind all events, and this hidden meaning is serving your own evolution.”  ― Deepak Chopra

“Whatever relationships you have attracted in your life at this moment, are precisely the ones you need in your life at this moment. There is a hidden meaning behind all events, and this hidden meaning is serving your own evolution.”
― Deepak Chopra

Sometimes, the meanings aren’t even hidden, they are obvious we just have to be aware. This lady here, the moment she became a mother was the moment she found her purpose in life (just, maybe) 

There’s a hidden meaning behind all events, and this hidden meaning is serving your own evolution.

“Walk with those seeking truth... RUN FROM THOSE WHO THINK THEY'VE FOUND IT. ”  ― Deepak Chopra

“Walk with those seeking truth… RUN FROM THOSE WHO THINK THEY’VE FOUND IT. ”
― Deepak Chopra

Run, run away from those toxic people who assume that they’ve found it because everyday is another  adventure, run, run away from those things that are routine. 

“When you struggle with your partner, you are struggling with yourself. Every fault you see in them touches a denied weakness in yourself.”  ― Deepak Chopra

“When you struggle with your partner, you are struggling with yourself. Every fault you see in them touches a denied weakness in yourself.”
― Deepak Chopra

I so agree! Every flaws we see in other people reflects us. One thing I learned from college or term I learned from my Psychology class is “self awareness” Oh so important. So before you say something or feel irritated to someone, ask yourself first- are you insecure? are you affected? BUT DID YOU DIE if s/he didn’t reply to your message? Lol.  (I’m talking to myself here) hehe. 

“Ask for nothing less than inspiration.”  ― Deepak Chopra

“Ask for nothing less than inspiration.”
― Deepak Chopra

Inspiration? Inspirations? 

“You and I are essentially infinite choice-makers. In every moment of our existence, we are in that field of all possibilities where we have access to an infinity of choices.”  ― Deepak Chopra

“You and I are essentially infinite choice-makers. In every moment of our existence, we are in that field of all possibilities where we have access to an infinity of choices.”
― Deepak Chopra

Lately, I’ve been thinking of the choices I have in life. I realized that lack of belief in possibilities means lack of Faith. The truth of us wanting to manage our life “in our way” hurts. Let God. Haven’t you figure it out yet? Let God do the writing of your life story. 

“The present moment dies every moment to become the past , is reborn every moment into the future. All experience is now. Now never ends.”  ― Deepak Chopra

“The present moment dies every moment to become the past , is reborn every moment into the future. All experience is now. Now never ends.”
― Deepak Chopra


Now, never ends.

I hope you liked my photos and my favorite quotes by Deepak Chopra. 

Love.

x.

Kat.

August 1, 2014

P.S 

It’s okay to be alone, the truth is you are not alone. 

Make it to me :)

My camera and I dated last weekend and I so love what he and I captured, look at these young kids, the love, care, innocence, happiness they portray on that one sunny day at the fountain of The Grove.

They also reminded  me of Sam Smith‘s song “Make it to me” 

My mind runs away to you With the thought I hope you'll see Can't see where it's wandered too But I know where it wants to be.

My mind runs away to you
With the thought I hope you’ll see
Can’t see where it’s wandered too
But I know where it wants to be.

I'm waiting patiently though time is moving slow I have one vacancy and I wanted you to know that You're the one designed for me A distant stranger that I will complete I know you're out there we're meant to be So keep your hair down and make it to me And make it to me

I’m waiting patiently though time is moving slow
I have one vacancy and I wanted you to know that
You’re the one designed for me
A distant stranger that I will complete
I know you’re out there we’re meant to be
So keep your hair down and make it to me
And make it to me

So sick of this lonely air It seems such a waste of breath So much that I need to say So much to get off my chest I'm waiting patiently though time is moving slow I have one vacancy and I wanted you to know that

So sick of this lonely air
It seems such a waste of breath
So much that I need to say
So much to get off my chest
I’m waiting patiently though time is moving slow
I have one vacancy and I wanted you to know that

You're the one designed for me A distant stranger that I will complete I know you're out there we're meant to be So keep your hair down and make it to me Make it to me Make it to me Make it to me

You’re the one designed for me
A distant stranger that I will complete
I know you’re out there we’re meant to be
So keep your hair down and make it to me
Make it to me
Make it to me
Make it to me

Listen to this song :) 

x.

kat

p.s 

my camera and I have more pictures to share. Love.

Memoirs of Geisha

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Title: Memoirs of Geisha

Author: Arthur Golden, published October 6, 1997

pp. 428

 

Whatever our struggles and triumphs, however we may suffer them, all too soon they bleed into a wash, just like watery pink on paper.”

-Sayuri

I first heard Memoirs of Geisha from my sister, she watched the movie a long time ago and that’s why when I got the chance to pick some free books from the collection of the elderly (hehe) I chose Memoirs of Geisha (out of curiosity) and i didn’t regret reading it :) It’s full of life lessons and will make you realize how lucky you are to have choices especially among women, you’ll get to know the lives of people during the war, you’ll imagine Japan (one of the country I wish to visit) and most of all you’ll get to know the life of a Geisha.

it’s a heavy topic or issue, something delicate to argue about, the life of a Geisha. To be honest I don’t know why even before I watched and read the movie I already associated the word geisha to prostitution.

After reading the life of the main character though one quote by Paulo Coelho made an impact on me and I would like to associate it with this book.

“We can never judge the lives of others, because each person knows only their own pain and renunciation. It’s one thing to feel that you are on the right path, but it’s another to think that yours is the only path.”

-Paulo Coelho.

I will not argue about whether the life of a Geisha is right or wrong. It brings tear to my eyes how sometimes I complain and whether Sayuri’s life story is for real or not I’m sure “Life of a Geisha” existed and I pity every Sayuri who had no choice but to go with the flow of the water because they couldn’t swim against the strong waves of the sea with their frail arms and no support at all (no family and friends)

From the book:

“Yes it’s cruel,” she said. “But no one of us can escape DESTINY.” 

“Really, Sayuri, what did you think life as a geisha would be like? We don’t become geisha so our lives will be satisfying. We become geisha because we have no other choice.”

-Mameha-san.

x.

kat

p.s

do you believe in destiny?

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