The Freedom in Books

There’s a lot to describe in a┬ásentence.

When we read the sentence, “The blue sky above”, shits fly in our heads, and that’s how it’s supposed to be. That’s freedom in one single sentence and there are thousands of them in a single book.

 

books, books, books, books, books, books.

books, books, books, books, books, books.

You actually get a lot of freedom from watching TVs also. You imagine you’re in the actor’s place, you imagine if the set of scenarios is happening in your real life, you imagine hooking up with the actor/actress. BUT, they’re far too real, too set up. Your freedom is limited.

When you read books, on the other hand, a gush of imagination takes over you and you’re on your own to decide who you are when you read the book. You’re the reader, but you’re also the one who decides who plays who, how the setting’s gonna be, how the characters’ expression are, etc.

Conclusion: get used to read books. I spent a lot of time pouring my opinions into words to get you to read books, so move your lazy ass.

-The Dilly Chic-

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